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xvi, 226 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
  • Preface-- List of units-- List of conversion factors-- List of abbreviations-- 1. Introduction-- Part I. Climate: 2. Greenhouse Earth-- 3. Climate modelling-- 4. The past as proxy for the future-- 5. Predicting the future-- Part II. Energy: 6. Taking up arms against this sea of troubles-- 7. How fast to move: a physicist's look at the economists-- 8. Energy, emissions and action-- 9. Fossil fuels: how much is there?-- 10. Electricity, emission and pricing carbon-- 11. Efficiency: the first priority-- 12. Nuclear energy-- 13. Renewables-- 14. Biofuels: is there anything there?-- 15. An energy summary-- Part III. Policy: 16. US policy: new things, bad things, good things-- 17. World policy action-- 18. Coda-- References-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521763844 20160604
Global climate change is one of the most important issues humanity faces today. This book assesses the sensible, senseless and biased proposals for averting the potentially disastrous consequences of global warming, allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions on switching to more sustainable energy provision. Burton Richter is a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who has served on many US and international review committees on climate change and energy issues. He provides a concise overview of our knowledge and uncertainties within climate change science , discusses current energy demand and supply patterns, and the energy options available to cut emissions of greenhouse gases. Written in non-technical language, this book presents a balanced view of options for moving from our heavy reliance on fossil fuels into a much more sustainable energy system, and is accessible to a wide range of readers without scientific backgrounds - students, policymakers, and the concerned citizen.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521763844 20160604
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-510-01, LAW-510-01, LAW-515-01, LAW-515-01
l, 474 p. ; 27 cm.
  • Part I. An Introduction to Project Finance: 1. An introduction to project finance-- Part II. Risk Identification, Allocation, and Mitigation: 2. Project finance risks-- 3. Project finance cross-border risks-- 4. Project finance commercial risks-- Part III. Project Finance Structures: 5. Project finance participants and their roles-- 6. Project finance structures-- 7. Selecting the project finance ownership structure-- Part IV. Technical, Political, and Economic Feasibility: 8. The feasibility study and needs assessment-- 9. Host country business environment for project finance-- 10. Economic feasibility-- 11. Environmental regulation and environmental feasibility of the project-- Part V. Project Finance Documentation: 12. An overview of project documentation-- 13. Representations and warranties in project finance credit agreements and contracts-- 14. Preliminary host country agreements-- 15. Construction contracts-- 16. Input contracts-- 17. Operation and maintenance agreements-- 18. Project finance off-take sales contracts-- 19. Power sales agreements-- Part VI. Credit Enhancement: 20. Project finance credit enhancement-- Part VII. Debt and Equity Financing: 21. Financing sources for the project-- 22. The offering memorandum-- 23. Project finance debt commitment letters-- 24. Credit and related documentation for project finance transactions-- 25. Export credits documentation for project finance transactions-- Part VIII. Collateral: 26. Project collateral-- Part IX. Project Sponsor and Investor Agreements: 27. Governing the project company: stockholder, partnership, joint venture, and management agreements-- Part X. Special Topics in Project Finance: 28. Bankruptcy-- 29. United States laws affecting foreign investments-- 30. Local lawyers and overview of local laws-- 31. Dispute resolution in project finance transactions-- 32. Multilateral agency prohibitions on anticompetitive activity-- 33. Merchant facilities: project finance without contractually-assured revenue flows-- Selected bibliography-- Glossary of project finance terms-- Checklist of due diligence considerations for project financing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521882200 20160610
This 2007 third edition continues to be a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the business, practice, law, and practical use of project finance. It covers the complete project finance structure, from conception to negotiation to debt closing, and from project difficulties to successful restructuring. The book continues to be accessible to those with little experience in project finance, while maintaining the insight and detail of previous editions that has made it a valuable reference for the experienced lawyer, manager, banker, contractor, and government official. This edition focuses on a real-world, practical approach to project finance, without the overuse of case studies and economic theory. Yet the contract forms, detailed glossary, index, and project finance bibliography make it a complete text.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521882200 20160610
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-515-01, LAW-515-01