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International Journal of Global Energy Issues. M.A. Dorgham, Ed., The Open University, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA, UK.

A quarterly providing information in the field of energy policy and planning; global limits to energy production; natural and alternative sources of energy; energy conservation and management; and the associated social, economic and environmental consequences of man's use of energy on a regional, national and global basis.

Item #d89feb24

Ecological Economics. R. Costanza, Ed., Coastal & Environ. Policy Prog., Univ. Md., Box 38, Solomons MD 20688. Elsevier Science Publishers, 655 Ave. Americas, New York NY 10010, or POB 211, 1000 AE Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

A quarterly transdisciplinary journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics, intended to counter professional and conceptual isolation that have led to destructive economic and environmental policies. Covers topics such as global ecologic-economic modeling, sustainable development, critical assessments of basic assumptions underlying economic and ecological paradigms. Will include review articles, research articles and notes, book reviews and news items.

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