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When Worldwatch Institute's "State of the World 1995" is published in January, the first English language printing will be 100,000 copies. It will also be translated into 27 languages, says Worldwatch, based in Washington DC. A chapter on harnessing wind and sun power, by Chris Flavin, focuses on wind, solar and PV technologies, their intermittency, whether they can replace fossil fuels, and the policy challenge. Other chapters are on cleaning up China, the limits of fishing, and more general themes of the world's natural limits and forging a global partnership.

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