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A John Holdren Reader

By David Sassoon

Dec 18, 2008

Energy Policy Recommendations to the President and the 110th Congress, National Commission on Energy Policy (John P. Holdren, Co-Chair; William K. Reilly, Co-Chair; John W. Rowe, Co-Chair; Philip R. Sharp, Congressional Co-Chair; Jason Grumet, Executive Director; Marika Tatsutani, Editor; and 15 others), 19 April 2007, 29 pp,

Confronting Climate Change: Avoiding the Unmanageable and Managing the Unavoidable, Sigma Xi / United Nations Foundation Scientific Expert Group on Climate Change and Sustainable Development (Peter Raven, Rosina Bierbaum, John P. Holdren, Michael MacCracken, Richard Moss, and 13 others from 11 countries), released 27 February 2007, 144 pp,

“AAAS Board Statement on Climate Change”, Gil Omenn (Board Chair), John P. Holdren (President), David Baltimore (President-Elect), and 11 others, released 18 February 2007,

“Energy and Sustainability”, Editorial, Science, vol. 315, p 737, 9 February 2007,

“Climate change: The sky is falling”, An Interview with John P. Holdren, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January-February 2007, pp 40-45,

“Climate change: expertise vs. doubt”, John P. Holdren, Letter to the Editor, Boston Globe, 29 December 2006

“Energy-Technology Innovation”, Kelly Sims Gallagher, John P. Holdren, and Ambuj Sagar, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, vol. 31, pp 193-237, November 2006

“Time to get serious about climate change”, John P. Holdren and Alan I. Leshner, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, July 30, 2006

"The Energy Innovation Imperative: Addressing Oil Dependence, Climate Change, and Other 21st Century Energy Challenges", John P. Holdren, Innovations 1, no. 2 (Spring 2006): 3-23.


Thanks for sharing. “Meeting the Intertwined Challenges of Energy and Environment” was a good presentation.

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