|1.1 Growth in global fossil fuel consumption since the industrial revolution ||4|
|1.2 Global carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion ||5|
|1.3 Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere ||5|
|1.4 Global average temperature at the earth's surface ||6|
|2.1 Projections of possible global average temperature increases ||33|
|2.2 Carbon dioxide and temperature data - the ice-core evidence ||35|
|3.1 Gustav Grob's view of the long-term patterns in global energy supply ||48|
|3.2 The provision of energy in the UK: a view from the 1970s ||51|
|4.1 The energy showcase: low-energy solar house ||83|
|4.2 Energy: natural sources and flows ||88|
|5.1 Simplified plan of a pressurised water reactor ||94|
|5.2 Rise and fall of nuclear capacity worldwide ||104|
|5.3 Rise and fall of nuclear capacity in the UK ||104|
|7.1 Flat-plate solar collector for space and/or water heating ||131|
|7.2 The Sea Clam wave energy device ||139|
|7.3 Artist's impression of the Severn Tidal Barrage concept ||142|
|7.4 'Seaflow' marine current turbine ||143|
|7.5 Artist's impression of a geothermal 'hot dry rock' well ||150|
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Book title: Energy, Society & Environment:Technology for a Sustainable Future.
Contributors: David Elliott - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: ix.
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