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Deadly combat over natural resources: Gems, petroleum, drugs, and the severity of armed civil conflict

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Year
2008

Citation

Lujala, P., 2008, Deadly combat over natural resources: Gems, petroleum, drugs, and the severity of armed civil conflict: Journal of Conflict Resolution, v. 53, iss. 1, p. 50-71.

Summary

The rapid increase in world energy demand, the depletion of conventional energy sources and the pollution caused by conventional fuels have increased the importance of developing new and renewable energy sources. Additionally, technological developments have resulted in increased energy demand for the entire world, including Turkey, especially for electrical energy. At present, wind energy is receiving considerable attention. This report focuses on the current status of wind energy in Turkey and in the world. An overview of wind energy in Turkey is presented, and its current status, application, support mechanisms and associated legislation in Turkey are described. Wind energy and its status in the world are also addressed. It can [...]

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Author :
Lujala, P.

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  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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Type Scheme Key
DOI WECC []
ISSN WECC 0022-0027

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