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7a. Energy Transformed:Sustainable Energy Solutions for Climate Change Mitigation - Online Textbook - 30 Teaching and Learning Modules, CSIRO, GU, ANU, TNEP Smith, M. Hargroves, K. Stasinopoulos, P et al (2007)

This  600+ page online education program provides free access to a comprehensive education and training                                 package that brings together the knowledge of how countries, specifically Australia, can achieve  at least 60 percent cuts to greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This training package provides industry, governments, business and households with the knowledge they need to realise at least 30 percent  energy efficiency savings in the short term while providing a strong basis for further improvement.It also provides an updated overview of advances  in low carbon technologies, renewable energy and  sustainable transport to help achieve a sustainable energy future. Whist this education and training package has an Australian focus, it outlines sustainable  energy strategies and provide links to numerous online reports which will assist climate change mitigation efforts globally. This training program seeks to compliment other initiatives seeking to encourage the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through behaviour change, sustainable consumption, and constructive changes in economic incentives and policy

Citation:   Smith, M., Hargroves, K., Stasinopoulos, P., Stephens,  R., Desha, C. and Hargroves, S. (2007)Energy Transformed: Sustainable Energy Solutions for Climate Change Mitigation, The Natural Edge Project, CSIRO, and Griffith University, Australia.

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  • Energy Transformed - Sustainable Energy Solutions for Climate Change Mitigation - TNEP, CSIRO, GU and ANU (http://www.naturaledgeproject.net/Sustainable_Energy_Solutions_Portfolio.aspx) Visit

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