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May, 2005 Motor Vehicles: Overview, Alternatives, Issues. Air Pollution as Climate Forcing: Alternative Scenarios – Their Benefits and Costs. Michael P. Walsh with advice and assistance from B. Croes, A. Ayala, R. Corey and M. DeLucchi. PDF
April, 2004 Future Fuels and Vehicle Technology – The Greenhouse Gas Challenge, presented by Mark Gainsborough at the Haagen-Smit Symposium; Los Angeles, California. PDF
April 5-8, 2004 International Experience in Reducing Greenhouse Gases From The Transportation Sector, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Haagen-Smit Symposium. PDF
April 6, 2004 California Motor Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Reduction, presented by Tom Cackette of the California Air Resources Board, at the Haagen-Smit Symposium.
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not specified Earth’s Energy Out of Balance: The Smoking Gun for Global Warming. PDF
not specified Germany‘s Efforts to Mitigate Climate Change. Axel Friedrich, Umweltbundesamt (UBA); Berlin, Germany. PDF

 

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