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Energy Technology Distillates is a series of publications that provide succinct yet substantive information about emerging topics in energy and the environment. Geared for policymakers, educators, students, and interested citizens, the briefings combine technological, economic, and policy considerations.
Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, a membership-based program, offers corporations a unique opportunity to engage in big-picture thinking and to find innovative solutions in energy and the environment. Member companies engage in close collaborations with academic experts to pursue transformational innovations.
Carbon Mitigation Initiative (CMI) Annual Report: Net-Zero America: Finding Pathways to a Carbon-Neutral Future
The University of Queensland, Australia, Centre for Policy Futures states its principal disciplinary focus on Rapid Switch.
What will it take for the United States to build a net-zero emissions energy system? To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, global emissions of CO2 must fall to zero by roughly mid-century and go net negative soon thereafter.
The Telluride Science Research Center hosts Dr. Lynn Loo. Her talk is entitled “Getting to Zero: How fast can we reduce carbon emissions?”.
The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership’s (E-ffiliates) 2019 Retreat focused on the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment’s new Rapid Switch initiative.
The David Bradford Energy and Environmental Policy Seminar Series presents “The Rapid Switch Project – An Exploration Of Bottlenecks In Deep Decarbonisation Scenarios” by Chris Greig.