Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvii
  2. Introduction to Climate Change Mitigation

    1. Maximilian Lackner, Wei-Yin Chen, Toshio Suzuki
      Pages 1-9
  3. Section 1 Scientific Evidences of Climate Change and Societal Issues

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. Karen Pittel, Dirk Rübbelke, Martin Altemeyer-Bartscher
      Pages 89-120
    3. David J. Rutherford, Eric Thomas Weber
      Pages 121-159
    4. Kristen Alley Swain
      Pages 161-195
    5. Roger Raufer, Sudha Iyer
      Pages 235-275
    6. Itziar Martínez de Alegría Mancisidor, M. Azucena Vicente Molina, Macarena Larrea Basterra
      Pages 277-318
  4. Section 2 Impact of Climate Change

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 409-409
    2. Yoshihiro Fujii
      Pages 411-431
    3. David H. Reed
      Pages 505-530
    4. Anne Nyatichi Omambia, Ceven Shemsanga, Ivonne Andrea Sanchez Hernandez
      Pages 571-620
  5. Section 3 Energy Conservation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 621-621
    2. John Seiner, Maximilian Lackner, Wei-Yin Chen
      Pages 623-647
    3. David W. Yarbrough
      Pages 649-668
    4. Satoshi Hirano
      Pages 669-700
    5. Kailiang Zheng, Helen H. Lou, Yinlun Huang
      Pages 701-748
  6. Section 4 Alternative Energies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 909-909
    2. Debalina Sengupta, Ralph Pike
      Pages 911-964
    3. Swetha Mahalaxmi, Clint Williford
      Pages 965-999
    4. Zhongyang Luo, Jingsong Zhou
      Pages 1001-1042
    5. Debalina Sengupta, Ralph W. Pike
      Pages 1043-1090
    6. Qinhui Wang
      Pages 1091-1130
    7. K. S. Raja, Batric Pesic, M. Misra
      Pages 1133-1182
    8. Hiroshi Yamada
      Pages 1183-1215
    9. Susannah Lee, Melissa Vandiver, Balasubramanian Viswanathan, Vaidyanathan (Ravi) Subramanian
      Pages 1217-1261
    10. Anjaneyulu Krothapalli, Brenton Greska
      Pages 1263-1294
    11. Manfred Lenzen, Olivier Baboulet
      Pages 1295-1324
    12. Hirofumi Muraoka
      Pages 1325-1353
    13. Jingsheng Jia, Petras Punys, Jing Ma
      Pages 1355-1401
  7. Section 5 Advanced Combustion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1403-1403
    2. J. Marcelo Ketzer, Rodrigo S. Iglesias, Sandra Einloft
      Pages 1405-1440
    3. Mengxiang Fang, Dechen Zhu
      Pages 1441-1514
    4. Edward John (Ben) Anthony
      Pages 1515-1543
    5. Lawrence J. Shadle, Ronald W. Breault
      Pages 1545-1604
    6. Steven S. C. Chuang
      Pages 1605-1621
    7. Edward John (Ben) Anthony
      Pages 1623-1654
  8. Section 6 Advanced Technologies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1655-1655

About this book


There is a mounting consensus that human behavior is changing the global climate and its consequence could be catastrophic. Reducing the 24 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions from stationary and mobile sources is a gigantic task involving both technological challenges and monumental financial and societal costs. The pursuit of sustainable energy resources, environment, and economy has become a complex issue of global scale that affects the daily life of every citizen of the world. The present mitigation activities range from energy conservation, carbon-neutral energy conversions, carbon advanced combustion process that produce no greenhouse gases and that enable carbon capture and sequestion, to other advanced technologies. From its causes and impacts to its solutions, the issues surrounding climate change involve multidisciplinary science and technology. This handbook will provide a single source of this information. The book will be divided into the following sections: Scientific Evidence of Climate Change and Societal Issues, Impacts of Climate Change, Energy Conservation, Alternative Energies, Advanced Combustion, Advanced Technologies, and Education and Outreach.


Advanced Combustion Alternative Energies Climate Change% Climatic Change Emissions% Energy Conservation Fuel Cells Precipitation Sustainability mitigation

Editors and affiliations

  • Wei-Yin Chen
    • 1
  • John Seiner
    • 2
  • Toshio Suzuki
    • 3
  • Maximilian Lackner
    • 4
  1. 1.Department of Chemical EngineeringUniversity of MississippiMississippiUSA
  2. 2.National Center for Physical AcousticsUniversity of MississippiMississippiUSA
  3. 3.National Institute of Advanced IndustrialScience and Technology (AIST)NagoyaJapan
  4. 4.The Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna)WienAustria

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