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A John Holdren Reader

By David Sassoon

Dec 18, 2008

“Risks from Global Climate Change: What Do We Know, What Should We Do?” John P. Holdren, Keynote Presentation at the Institutional Investors’ Summit on Climate Risk, United Nations, New York, 21 November 2003

“Environmental Change and the Human Condition”, John P. Holdren, Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2003, pp 24-31.

Increasing U.S. Natural Gas Supplies: Discussion Paper and Recommendations from the National Commission on Energy Policy. National Commission on Energy Policy (Co-Chairs John P. Holdren, William K. Reilly, John W. Rowe; Congressional Chair Philip R. Sharp; Executive Director Jason Grumet). Washington, D.C.: National Commission on Energy Policy, October 2003.

Reviving the Electricity Sector: Findings of the National Commission on Energy Policy. National Commission on Energy Policy (Co-Chairs John P. Holdren, William K. Reilly, John W. Rowe; Congressional Chair Philip R. Sharp; Executive Director Jason Grumet). Washington, D.C.: National Commission on Energy Policy, August 2003.

The Future of Nuclear Power, John Deutch (co-chair), Ernest J. Moniz (co-chair), Stephen Ansolobehere, Michael Driscoll, Paul E. Gray, John P. Holdren, Paul L. Joskow, Richard K. Lester, Neal E. Todreas, and Eric S. Beckjord, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003, 170 pp.

“U.S. Climate Policy Post Kyoto”, John P. Holdren, in The Convergence of U.S. National Security and the Global Environment, The Aspen Institute Congressional Program, vol. 18, no. 3, 2003, pp 7-24.

“Assessing the Global Energy Innovation System”, A. Sagar and J. Holdren, Energy Policy, 2002.

“Energy: Asking the Wrong Question”, John P. Holdren, in “Misleading Math About the Earth: A Review of The Skeptical Environmentalist (by Bjørn Lomborg)”, Scientific American, January 2002: . See also “A Response to Bjørn Lomborg’s Response to My Critique of his Energy Chapter”, Scientific American web page, April 2002:

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“The PCAST Energy Studies: Toward a National Consensus on Energy Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment Policy”, John P. Holdren and Samuel F. Baldwin, Annual Review of Energy and Environment, Vol. 26, pp 391-434, 2001:

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

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