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Title : Effects of Climate Change and Peak Oil on Navigation
Company : IIC Technologies, Inc.
Date : 07-Jul-2011
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Abstract Whether or not you believe in human-caused Climate Change it is clear by common consensus that the world's climate is changing and that burning carbon-based fuels cannot help and might even accelerate changes in the climate. Any mitigation efforts to stave off the worst effects of Climate Change (sea level flooding, droughtdriven starvation etc.) will involve substantial investments across the globe and without question will cause increased energy costs.
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