7 edition of Emerging global energy security risks found in the catalog.
|Series||ECE energy series -- no. 36|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe|
|LC Classifications||HD9502.E852 E44 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
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Get this from a library. Emerging global energy security risks. [United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.;] -- This publication is the result of the analyses and discussions conducted by the Energy Security Emerging global energy security risks book on the global dimensions of emerging energy security risks.
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This book presents papers from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Addressing Emerging Security Risks for Energy Flows over South Caucasus”. Energy security can be defined as the continuous and uninterrupted availability of energy, to a specific country or region.
The European Union (EU) has many times highlighted as a key priority, the need to assess the current energy system and the risks of energy disruptions in order to design and adopt the required policies.
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Management of Emerging Public Health Issues and Risks: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Changing Environment provides examples of transdisciplinary approaches used to characterize, analyze, and manage emerging risks.
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energy security risk. The Index is made up of 37 different measures of energy security risk in the. Energy security Reliable, affordable access to all fuels and energy sources The IEA conducts analysis on current and future risks for oil supply disruption, emerging gas security challenges, and increasing system flexibility and resilience of the electricity sector.
It considers low-carbon energy security and energy geopolitics in Europe, with a focus on four thematic clusters: challenging the energy security paradigm; climate change and energy security objectives (the components of a secure and low-carbon energy system); energy security in a geopolitical perspective, as it relates to economics, resource.
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This important book addresses the very latest developments in renewable energy management plus the key challenges and risks. Potential new policies and strategies for the further growth of renewable energies in emerging economies, together with high-level business case examples of renewable management in emerging economies, are addressed.
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