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Thirty years ago, our global energy landscape did not look remarkably different from what it does today. Three or four decades from now, it certainly will: dwindling oil reserves will clash with skyrocketing demand, as developing nations around the world lead their citizens into the modern energy economy, and all the while, the grave threat of catastrophic climate change looms ever larger.
Global Powers in the 21st Century fills this gap, offering in-depth analyses of China, Japan, Russia, India, and the European Union in this new global context. Prominent analysts, including Zbigniew Brzezinski, C. By James Hansen et al. Global warming in recent decades has taken global temperature to its highest level in the past millennium Mann et al. There is a growing consensus IPCC that the warming is at least in part a consequence of increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gases. Scholars and analysts need to go beyond the concepts of unipolarity and bipolarity and engage in fine-grained analysis of the distribution of power.
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Legitimate estimates have grown from about billion bbls in the figure Campbell still tends to use to a range of 1. Montgomery for free with a 30 day free trial. Email address for updates.
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Scott L. Montgomery is a consulting geologist and independent scholar, and the author of The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science and Science in Translation , both published by the University of Chicago Press. Does It Hold Any Lessons? Global Trends and What They Mean. Burning Questions. The Lighter Side of Fossil Fuels. Once and Future King? When Will the Wells Run Dry?