COMPUTERS AND CLIMATE:
THE ONLINE NEWSLETTER OF THE ASIS CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION GROUP
Alliance for a Sustainable Information Society, http://asis.jrc.es/html/f-ag6.html, Vol.1 (1999)
Current Calendar of Events
Contents of back issues:
|Issue # 1 - EU Ministers Cap; G7 Wants Standards|
|Issue # 2 - WTO Proposes WEO; Tech.Prep in Bonn|
|Issue # 3 - EU Ministers Cap Flexmechs|
|Issue # 4 - London Conference; GHG Reporting|
|Issue # 5 - WTO vs. UNEP; EU Study; Ukraine|
|Issue # 6 - Technology Special; Anti-CC ICT|
|Issue # 7 - SD Assessment; OECD Guidelines|
|Issue # 8 - Stuttgart conference; telework credit|
|Issue # 9 - Global Public Goods; heat/ power CHP|
|Issue #10 - New Power Labels; Sensing Fires|
|Issue #11 - Hamburg conference; Gulf Stream|
|Issue #12 - Kassel, Laxenburg, energy scenarios|
|Issue #13 - Potsdam, WEC database, U.S., COP5|
|Issue #14 - Earth Observ., IPCC TAR, WTO T&E|
|Issue #15 - Seattle WTO/UNEP, sky, e-commerce|
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