Facta Universitatis, Series: Linguistics and Literature 6 (1):29-38 (2009)
AbstractGas will increasingly be seen as the fossil fuel of choice, especially when considering environmental impacts. Natural gas is the chance for Serbia for sustainable development and with its intensive consumption in the XXI century to conciliate the 4Es (Energy, Economy, Efficiency and Environment). In this paper we will compare the impact of different fossil fuels used for domestic heating with a special emphasis on natural gas. Some other causes of climate changes will be also discussed such as the Milanković astronomical cycles. These factors will be compared with climate changes caused by the consumption of fossil fuels
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