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Order the following from Electric Power Res. Inst. (EPRI), Attn: Susan Rapone, POB 10412, Palo Alto CA 94303. Nonmember price $200 per copy.

The Greenhouse Effect...To What Degree? (EA89-01), 22 min., Feb. 1989. Explains the gases involved in the greenhouse effect, where they come from and what they do. Suggests actions that might be taken in response to present decisions that we all make on energy supply and consumption. Aimed at electric utility staff and general audiences.

Highlights of Senate Hearing on Greenhouse Gases (EA88-01), 48 min., July 1988. On Nov. 9-10, 1987, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources heard testimony on the greenhouse effect. This video, aimed at electric utility staff who work with environmental and government issues, presents a condensed version of the opinions of participants.

Item #d89may65

Energy Solutions to the Greenhouse Effect, Union of Concerned Scientists (Dept. N, 26 Church St., Cambridge MA 02238), 10 min., 1989, $20 (VHS format).

Appropriate for local organizations and high-school and college audiences; accompanied by printed background information.

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