Other notable videos
2022 Pyne Prize Winners Claire Wayner and Christian Potter deliver remarks at Princeton Alumni Day
Energy and Economics: Impact of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Can Fossil Fuels Companies Change?
The Problem with Jon Stewart
Solar-powered smart window inserts
Office of Sustainability
Campus geo-exchange leads us to net-zero emissions
Office of Sustainability
Discussing the Impacts of 24/7 Carbon-free Electricity Procurement
Why the U.S. isn’t ready for clean energy
Xiaoming Zhao – 2021 Blavatnik regional award finalist
2021 Paul L. Busch Award goes to Z. Jason Ren of Princeton University
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Can America Reach Net-Zero Emissions?
VERGE Net Zero
Video Episode 3.1: Net-Zero by 2050
Forward Thinker Jesse Jenkins on turning back the clock on climate change
Lynn Loo on How Partnerships Are Key to Reducing Carbon Emissions
Human Capital Leadership Institute
Carbon Pricing in the Real World
Seminar and panel co-hosted by the Niskanen Center featuring authors Danny Cullenward and David Victor.
Princeton: A Half-Century at the Environmental Forefront
Princeton Catalysis Initiative
Lessons learned from the Texas blackouts: Research needs for a secure and resilient grid
House Science, Space, and Technology Committee
Texas’s power disaster is a warning sign for the U.S.
America’s power grid is not ready. (Vox)
Webinar: Net-Zero America with Eric Larson and Jesse Jenkins
Clean Energy States Alliance – In this webinar, the report’s co-principal investigators described the report’s methodology and highlighted findings of special interest to state policymakers.
How to Build a Net-Zero America
Kleinman Center for Energy Policy (UPenn Seminar)
How to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2020
Princeton University Researcher Chris Greig discusses how to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2020. (Yahoo! Finance)
A method to spy on bacterial behavior in complex environments
A new approach makes it possible to track how bacteria move through complex and uneven environments akin to the tissues of the body or the sediments of underground aquifers.
2020 Annual Meeting videos
Keynote address by Liz Sherwood-Randall; a conversation with energy CEOs, and a deep dive into cybersecurity
Social Equity in Infrastructure Transitions to Achieve Net Zero Emissions with Erin Mayfield
Erin Mayfield, a postdoctoral scholar at Princeton University, discusses her recent research as part of the New Energy: Conversations with Early-Career Energy Researchers series.
Clean Electricity: The Linchpin for a Net-Zero Economy with Jesse Jenkins
Jesse Jenkins of Princeton University presents recent research on clean electricity as part of the New Energy series.
Reunions: Climate change and the coronavirus
Elke Weber, Jesse Jenkins, Bob Keohane, and Rob Socolow chimed in on the parallels between the climate change and coronavirus crises as part of the virtual Princeton University Reunions.
Solar City: Dawn of Solar in the Sunshine State (Part 2) | NBC Nightly Films
The eight years it took to get the Babcock Ranch Solar Energy Center built helped usher in a new state-wide effort by Florida Power and Light to vastly expand solar plants throughout the state.
Jesse Jenkins, “Getting to Zero: Can America Transition to a Net Zero Emissions Energy System?”
Jesse Jenkins gives his presentation at the David Bradford Seminar Series on February 10, 2020.
Lynn Loo on Alan Harber show
Loo and Harber discussed the global energy transition, and innovations, such as self-powered smart windows, less polluting cements, and new behavioral science findings.
2019 Annual Meeting playlist
The meeting explored ways to leverage technological advances, data science, and policy to accelerate resource recovery and carbon dioxide utilization with the goal of working towards economy-wide decarbonization.
Lynn Loo: She Roars Podcast
Loo describes the Andlinger Center’s mission to mobilize engineers such as herself and academics across the University to form partnerships with each other, with all levels of government, and with the private sector to decarbonize the economy — now.
Accelerating Climate Action in the United States: What Are We Doing and What More Can Be Done?
Videos and slide presentations from the conference
Special Guest Seminar: Marcelo Mena, Minister of Environment, Chile
Minister of the Environment for the Government of Chile, Marcelo Mena, gives a special guest seminar on “Chile’s Energy and Environment” at the Andlinger Center.
Meetings of Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership
Archives of videos from Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership (E-ffiliates) meetings.
Loo describes some of the potentially life-changing uses for these malleable materials.