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... and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental systems. During the 1970s, while the developed world was considering the effects of the global population explosion, pollution and consumerism, ...
... of research since the 1970s. Aside from electrolysis driven by photovoltaic or photochemical cells, several thermochemical processes have been explored. One such route uses concentrators to split water ...
... cost of solar cells limited terrestrial uses throughout the 1960s. This changed in the early 1970s when prices reached levels that made PV generation competitive in remote areas without grid access. Early ...
... discussed for years, since the 1973 oil crisis brought energy issues to the forefront. In the late 1970s, physicist Amory Lovins popularized the notion of a "soft path" on energy, with a strong focus on ...
... the war were continued in some countries without an abundance of natural resources, such as Japan, after the war ended. Post-war recycling The next big investment in recycling occurred in the 1970s, due ...
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