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Енергийна криза, глобализация и устойчиво развитие

Захаринов, Ботьо and Найденов, Янчо (2012) Енергийна криза, глобализация и устойчиво развитие. In: Сборник с доклади от трета годишна научна конференция "Екологизация - 2011" : I. Секция Екология и екологизация. Нов български университет, София, pp. 16-23. ISBN 9789545353570

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Abstract

The present state of traditional Energy is characterized by instability, arising from continuous improvement of consumption and the approach depletion of fossil energy resources accompanied with increasing harmful impact on the environment and climate. The coals are the only local energy compact resource. Under the Treaty of Accession 2005 between the member states European Union and Bulgaria, our country made a commitment, in 2010, 11% of the total electricity, come from renewable energy sources (RES). The Energy sector is an area of human activity that has the most destructive impact on nature. The future of energy is related with technologies that person developed to achieve controlled conversion of mass into energy, exactly as it occurs naturally from Universe.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:TITLE: Energy crisis, globalization and sustainable development, AUTHORS: Botio Zaharinov, Y. Naidenov
Uncontrolled Keywords:традиционна енергетика, ТЕЦ, потребление на въглища, открит въгледобив, АЕЦ, вятърни генератори, ВЕИ, брутно производство на електрическа енергия, първична енергия, потребление на енергия, енергийна зависимост, природен газ, енергетка и околна среда, вредни емисии, твърди и течни замърсители, замърсяване на почвите, радиационно въздействие, енергийни ресурси, околна среда и устойчиво развитие, глобализация на проблемите, traditional energy, fossil fuel power plant coal usage, open pit coal mining, nuclear energy power plant, wind mills, hydroelectric power plant, total electricity production, primary energy, energy consumption energy dependence, natural gas, energy and environment, atmospheric pollutants, solid and liquid pollutants, soil contamination, radiological/radioactive effects/, energy resources, environment and sustainable development, trans-boundary environmental issues
Subjects:Earth and environmental sciences > Ecology. Environmental preservation
ID Code:1136
Deposited By: доц. д-р Ботьо Захаринов
Deposited On:11 Apr 2012 13:14
Last Modified:30 Sep 2012 21:05

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