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Rapid Switch is a solutions-focused, international research effort led by the Andlinger Center for the Energy and the Environment that aims to identify a realistic pace and pathways for decarbonizing the world, sector by sector, and region by region.
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.
Understanding Extremes and their Climate Connection
Mission Net-Zero America: The nation-building path to a prosperous, net-zero emissions economy
Net Zero by 2050 – A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector – Summary for Policy Makers
International Energy Agency
IPCC Climate Change 2022 Mitigation of Climate Change – Summary for Policy Makers
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Net Zero by 2050 – A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector – (full 224-page report)
International Energy Agency
Witnessing for the Middle to Depolarize the Climate Change Conversation
The Speed of the Energy Transition Gradual or Rapid Change
World Economic Forum white paper
Decarbonization and the Global Energy Transition
Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation – The Hydrogen Factor
International Renewable Energy Agency
Clean Electricity and the Road to Net-Zero
Wind Power: Energy Technology Distillate no. 5
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Heads in the Sand: Why We Fail to Foresee and Contain Catastrophe Foreign Affairs
Seeing Is Believing: Understanding & Aiding Human Responses to Global Climate Change Daedalus
WG III contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report IPCC AR6 WGIII
Deep Decarbonization as a Risk Management Challenge RAND
Investment Decision Analysis: Early-Mover Hydrogen Hub Chris Greig
Mobilizing Energy Transition Capital
Advanced Biofuels of the Future: Atom-Economical or Energy-Economical?Joule 2
A Generalized Framework for the Assessment of Solar Fuels TechnologiesEnergy & Environmental Science
Analysis of Alternative Bioenergy with Carbon Capture Strategies: Present and Future Energy & Environmental Science
From Ambition to RealityWorley and Andlinger Center