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Item #d90jan70

VIDEO: The Greenhouse Effect--To What Degree? Available from Elec. Power Res. Inst., POB 10412, Palo Alto CA 94303 (415-937-4212).

Gives a synopsis of the technical background, the worldwide debate, policy options, and the role of the electrical industry.

Item #d90jan71

Available from The Union of Concerned Scientists, 26 Church St., Cambridge MA 02238 (617-547-5552); prepared for its Week of Education (Nov. 6-12, 1989). (See GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE DIGEST, NEWS, Oct. 1989.)

Briefing packet: The Heat is On--The Greenhouse Effect, Energy Choices and You, 43 pp., 1989. Manual containing factsheets and program descriptions.

Greenhouse Crisis: The American Response, 10 min. video, $20.

Item #d90jan72

Euroresearch, 500 pp., $40 (Off. Publications European Communities, 2 rue de Mercier, L-2985, Luxembourg).

Survey and directory of more than 150 organizations performing contract research in the European Community.

Item #d90jan73

Available from Energy Information Administration, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Forrestal Bldg., E1-231, Washington DC 20585 (202-586-8800).

New Releases, approx. 12 pp., bimonthly. Contains sources of energy information in the form of special feature articles, EIA publications available as microfiche or photocopy, periodicals and machine-readable files.

Directory of Energy Data Collection Forms, approx. 60 pp. Periodically revised, this provides decision makers in government and industry with an overview of DOE's energy information collection programs.

Energy Information Administration--Annual Report to Congress 1987, approx. 70 pp. Issued shortly after the end of each year, these give synopses of energy statistics and industry developments.

EIA Publications Directory: A User's Guide, approx. 125 pp., issued annually.

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