In this series of podcasts, I talk about why we need to develop new sources of energy that provide power without generating CO2. Among the topics I cover are the challenges with potential solutions such as carbon capture and sequestration, nuclear, wind, and solar; and why I believe the U.S. government should increase its funding for basic research in energy.
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Meeting the world’s energy needs requires an honest assessment.
Daniel Yergin’s book is a guide to the complex factors shaping our energy needs.
At this year’s TED Conference, I spoke about my belief that addressing climate change will require developing zero-carbon energy sources.
In an editorial in the journal Science, I make the case for increased U.S. government investment in clean energy innovation.
Looking back at 2013, I wanted to share a different kind of list.
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