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C. Hamelinck , M. Koper, L. Janeiro, C. Klessmann, R. Kuwahata, C. Nabe, M. Doering, M. Cuijpers, A. van den Bos, M. Spoettle, S. Alberici, M. Ragwitz, S. Steinhilber, J. Nysten, D. Fouquet, G. Resch, L. Liebmann, A. Ortner, C. Panzer, F. Johnson, O. Olsen, J. Godar, L. Karlberg, G. Fischer (2014):
Renewable energy progress and biofuels sustainability
Ecofys.
 
F. Diesenreiter, L. Kranzl, D. Bradley, R. Nelson, R. Hess (2009):
Bio-trade & Bioenergy Success Stories
IEA bioenergy – Task 40.
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F. Diesenreiter, D. Bradley, M. Wild, E. Tromborg (2009):
World Biofuel Maritime Shipping Study
IEA bioenergy – Task 40.
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W. Steffen, M.O. Andreae, B. Bolin, P.J. Crutzen, P. Cox, U. Cubasch, H. Held, N. Nakicenovic et al. (2004):
Abrupt changes: the Achilles heels of the earth system
RR-04-006 , International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Environment , 46 (3), 8-20. (ISSN 0013-9157).
 
P. Cox, N. Nakicenovic (2004):
Assessing and simulating the altered functioning of the earth system in the anthropocene
RR-04-14, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from H.-J. Schellnhuber, P.J. Crutzen, W.C. Clark, M. Claussen, and H. Held (eds), Earth System Analysis f.
 
N. Nakicenovic, K. Riahi (2002):
An Assessment of Technological Change Across Selected Energy Scenarios
RR-02-005, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from a publication by the World Energy Council (WEC) on behalf of the Study Group on Energy Technologies.
 
D.G. Victor, N. Nakicenovic, N. Victor (2001):
The Kyoto Protocol Emission Allocations: Windfall Surpluses for Russia and Ukraine
RR-01-10, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Climatic Change, 49(3), 263-277. (ISSN 0165-0009).
 
A. Grübler, N. Nakicenovic, D.G. Victor (2000):
Modeling technological change: Implications for the global environment
RR-00-3, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 24, 545-569. (ISSN 1056-3466).
 
A. Gritsevskyi, N. Nakicenovic (2000):
Modeling uncertainty of induced technological change
RR-00-24, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Energy Policy, 28(13), 907-921. (ISSN 0301-4215).
 
A. Grübler, N. Nakicenovic, D.G. Victor (1999):
Dynamics of energy technologies and global change
RR-99-7, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Energy Policy, 27, 247-280. (ISSN 0301-4215).
 
A. Grübler, N. Nakicenovic (1997):
Decarbonizing the Global Energy System
RR-97-6, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Technological Forecasting and Social Change,53(1), 97-110, (1996). (ISSN 0040-1625).
 
P.V. Gilli, N. Nakicenovic, R. Kurz (1996):
First- and second-law efficiencies of the global and regional energy systems
RR-96-2, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from More Efficient Use of Energy, Division 3 of Energy for Our Common World, Proceedings of the 16th WEC C.
 
A. Grübler, M. Jefferson, N. Nakicenovic (1996):
Global energy perspectives: A summary of the joint study by IIASA and World Energy Council
RR-96-10, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Reprinted from Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 51(3), 237-264. (ISSN 0040-1625).
 
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