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Smart Users for Energy and Societal Transition
By
Benoît Robyns
Benoît Robyns
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Claude Lenglet
Claude Lenglet
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Hervé Barry
Hervé Barry
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Malik Bozzo-Rey
Malik Bozzo-Rey
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ISBN:
9781786307354
No. of Pages:
274
Publisher:
ISTE-Wiley
Publication date:
2024

The consumption of fossil fuels since the 18th century has undeniably enabled the development of industry, enhanced transport and increased the standard of living, particularly in the most industrialized countries, but it has also contributed to an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, provoking global warming in our planet. This phenomenon continues to worsen, so much so that if these gas emissions are not quickly and drastically reduced, global warming will impact the planet and our lifestyles even more, an issue that will become increasingly significant and difficult to live with. Though fossil fuels are the main source of CO2 emissions, they are not the only one.

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