Sustainable Mobility: Renewable Energies for Powering Fuel Cell Vehicles

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INDEX

a
Agenda 17, 5 , 25 , 106
agriculture, 70 , 71 - 73 .
See also energy crops
alcohol.
See ethanol;
methanol
alternative fuels, 54 - 55 , 58 - 60 , 61 - 63
Annex 1 countries, 25 , 27
Apollo space program, 80
applications, stationary, 61
Asia:
coal reserves of, 54
Asian Development Bank, 98

b
Basics of Forest Economy (Moser), 6
Beyond Growth (Daly), 8
Beyond the Limits (Meadows and Meadows), 9 - 10
biodiesel, 64 - 67 , 108 , 120
biofuels, 69 - 70
biomass:
and carbon dioxide, 56 , 57 , 104 -6, 116 ;
cost of, 73 ;
destruction of, 32 ;
economics of, 66 - 67 ;
for fuel, 60 , 61 , 62 ;
future of, 120 ;
gasification of, 66 , 75 ;
production of, 64 , 69 - 70 (fig), 104 ;
use of, 115
Boulding, Kenneth E, 6
Brazil, 65
Brundtland Report, 11 - 12
busses.
See European Fuel Cell Bus Project
by-products, use of, 63 - 64 , 67 .
See also waste

c
California, emission regulations in, 24 - 25 , 91
California Air Resources Board (CARB), 24 - 25
California Fuel Cell Partnership, 88 , 91 - 92
Canada, 51 - 52
carbon dioxide:
and alternative fuels, 83 , 115 ;
cycle of, 58 , 105 ;
emissions of, 21 - 22 , 39 , 57 , 120 ;
from fossil fuels, 53 - 54 , 57 , 86 , 103 ;
increases in, 10 , 35 , 54 ;
reductions in, 61 , 116 ;
taxes on, 57 , 120 -21
carbon sinks, 32 , 56 - 57 , 105 -6
Carlowitz, Hans Carl von, 5 - 6
Carnot cycle, 84 - 85
carrying capacity, 8 - 9
China, 103
CHOREN Industries, 75
Citaro (bus), 88 , 92

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