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Editorial, p. 4

CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS FOR ASSESSING IMPACT OF FRESHWATER RESERVOIRS OF NATURAL GHG EMISSIONS: THE UNESCO/IHA GHG RESEARCH PROJECT - GHG STATUS OG FRESHWATER RESERVIORS
Joel Avruch Goldenfum, Project Manager of the UNESCO/IHA Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Research,
hosted by the International Hydropower Association (IHA), in collaboration with UNESCO, p. 8

ELABORATION OF REGIONAL ENERGY SAVING PROGRAMMES: EXPERIENCE AND CHALLENGES
Eugene Gasho, Ekaterina Repetskaya, analysts at the Russian non-profit partnership “EnergoExpert”;
Olga Puntus, analyst, sustainable development programmes, World Bank, p. 21

UNESCO NEWS, p. 31

RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT: THE ROLE OF BUILDING CAPACITIES
Osman Benchikh, Head of Energy Programme, UNESCO, р. 36

THE LAG OF THE EUROPEAN UNION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORT BIOFUELS IN COMPARISON WITH THE USA, AND THE POTENTIAL OF SOME SOUTHERN EUROPEAN REGIONS
Spyros Kyritsis, Professor of Agricultural University of Athens, Vice-president of the Greek Agricultural Academy, p. 41

TOOLS TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT
Klaus Fricke, Tobias Bahr, Department of Waste and Resource Management, Technical University of Braunschweig, Leichtweiss-Institute, Germany, p. 54

Events, p. 68

100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY. A ROADMAP TO 2050 FOR EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
Antonella Battaglini, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; Antony Patt, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria; Gus Schellekens, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), United Kingdom, p. 75

INTELLEGENT NETWORKS OF HYBRID POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS USING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES. TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY ENERDY.
Igor Tyukhov, Executive Director, UNESCO Chair “Ecologically Clean Engineering”,
Moscow State University of Environmental Engineering, p. 97

ISEDC NEWS, p. 106