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To advance goals 12 and 6, this article reviews the exposure scenarios and potential mechanisms of action after exposure to engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) that are unbound or incorporated into products in occupation-, consumer-, and environment-focused areas.
Elsevier,

A Comprehensive Guide to Solar Energy Systems With Special Focus on Photovoltaic Systems, 2018, Pages 469-484.

This chapter addresses goals 11 and 8 by examining the growth of solar photovoltaic power across regions and countries, as well as offering some predictions as to how and where future development will take place.
This chapter contributes to goals 7 and 9 by looking in-depthly at the various structures of nanocomposaite proton exchange membranes (PEMs) using carbon nanotubes, graphene, and graphene oxide as fillers.
To advance goals 7 and 9, this chapter examines the properties of Polyaniline-Graphene Nanocomposite and considers its suitability as an energy storage material.
This chapter addresses goals 6 and 9 by discussing the recent advances of carbon-based nanomaterials and nanocomposite membranes for effecctive treatment of emulsified oil/water mixtures.
To advance goal 7, this chapter examines how biotransformation, namely the use of micro-organisms to fractionate and enhance petroleum, might help mitigate the associated pollution and upgrading of crude oil.
Elsevier,

Introduction to Petroleum Biotechnology, 2018, Pages 259-286.

This chapter contributes to goal 7 by examining the effects of petroleum and its by-products on the environment and the Biotechnological remedies for such situations.
This chapter addresses goal 7 by presenting an overview of the principles and techniques of distributed generation (DG) units.
To advance goal 7, this chapter discusses how the generation of electric power from renewable energy systems, like photovoltaic (PV), can meet the world’s energy needs.
The chapter advances goal 2 by discussing the need for a shift in dietary patterns from animal-derived protein to plant-based protein, particularly in the more developed economies.

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