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and locate there to avoid the impacts of future warming
c. Whenever possible, build production facilities that use power based on
renewable energy supplies
d. Plan capital investments so that they can withstand higher sea levels and
more violent weather
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dd a. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to grow no faster that the
rate of growth of the world economy.
b. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to grow at a slower rate than
the growth of the world economy.
c. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to stay at about present levels
and remain there.
d. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions back to the levels of about
1990, and remain there.
e. Force future annual carbon-dioxide emissions to a level well below
the level of 1990, and remain there.
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Industrialization – the economic growth of the developing economies
Energy efficiency – the energy required to generate income or GDP
The different technologies available for producing energy
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2013 for the course RSM 100 taught by Professor Oesch during the Spring '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.
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