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Panel 4. The Energy-Environment Link

Elements of the current U.S. controversy over monetization of externalities
Sabrina Birner, Paul Chernik, and Emily Caverhill, Resource Insight Inc., USA

Improvement of combustion efficiency and air pollution
Dagnija Blumberga, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Towards a fossil free future: The technical and economic feasibility of phasing out global fossil fuel use
Stewart Boyle, Greenpeace International, UK

Reducing environmental impacts from electric power production through environmental dispatch
Terje Gjengedal, Norwegian Institute of Technology, University of Trondheim
Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
Stíle E. Johansen, SRC International

Efficient municipal energy system reduce the environmental impact
Dag Henning, Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden

Parallels between energy efficiency in domestic appliances and environmental life cycle analysis of products
Mark Hinnels, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Environment, energy and housing: A location model for sustainable community planning
Johan O. Lamm and Anders Görling, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Relative costs of NOx emissions reduction by physical controls and environmental dispatch
Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
Terje Gjengedal, Norwegian Institute of Technology, University of Trondheim
Ståle E. Johansen, SRC International

Applying the optimum energy saving principle to the main energy using industries: The steel case
Philippe Méral and Jean F. Noël, C3E-METIS: CNRS and the University of Paris

Major issues in valuing and incorporating environmental externalities
Richard L. Ottinger, Pace University, USA

Energy and exergy cost of thermal energy as a function of delivery temperature
Lorenzo Pagliano and Giovanni De Giorgio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Perfect competition on energy markets counteracts environmental protection
E. Agneta Paulsson, M. E. Malmö Energi AB, Sweden

Evaluation of energy policy programmes in Schleswig-Holstein
Rita Pilhar, Forschungsgesellschaft für umweltschonende Energieumwandlung und -nutzung mbH, Germany

Relating CO2 emissions to end-uses of energy in the UK
Christine H. Pout, Building Research Establishment, UK

Residential sector carbon dioxide emissions in the OECD coutries, 1973-1989: A comparative analysis
Claudia Sheinbaum and Lee Schipper, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

Energy consumption at urban level: The case of the town of Bologna in Italy
Gianni Silverstrini and Francesco Vadal, National Research Council, CNR-Ieren, Italy

Practical electricity distribution system loss reduction
Noel P. Tobin and Mark Lyons, Electricity Supply Board, Ireland