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A John Holdren Reader

By David Sassoon

Dec 18, 2008

SELECTED INDIVIDUAL POWERPOINTS, VIDEO, AUDIO (reverse chronological order)

"Global Climate Change" Interview on the Late Show with David Letterman, 17 April 2008, video,

“Global Climate Disruption: What Do We Know? What Should We Do?” Lecture in the Kennedy School Forum, 6 November 2007, PowerPoint, video

“Meeting the Intertwined Challenges of Energy and Environment”, Robert C. Barnard Environmental Lecture, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 18 October 2007, PowerPoint, audio, video,

"Recent Findings from Climate Science and Their Implications for Policy", Keynote Presentation at the Informal Thematic Debate of the General Assembly, “Climatic Change as a Global Challenge”, United Nations, New York, 31 July 2007, PowerPoint

“Ahead of the Curve: Business Responds to Climate Change”, Documentary film produced by Sea Studies Foundation, Monterey, CA, March 2007,

“Science and Technology for Sustainable Well-Being”, John P. Holdren, Presidential Keynote Address at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, 16 February 2007 (PowerPoint and video),

“Communicating & Learning About Climate Change”, John P. Holdren, video interview December 2006,

SELECTED INDIVIDUAL DOCUMENTS (reverse chronological order)

"Science and Technology for Sustainable Well-Being", John P. Holdren, Science, vol. 319, pp 424-434, 25 January 2008,

Policy Options for Reducing Oil Consumption and Greenhouse-Gas Emissions from the

U. S. Transportation Sector, Kelly Sims Gallagher, Gustavo Collantes, John P. Holdren, Henry Lee, and Robert Frosch, Energy Technology Innovation Project Discussion Paper, Belfer Center, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 27 July 2007

“The Crisis in Earth Observation from Space”, Statement by the Board of Directors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (John P. Holdren, Chair), 28 April 2007

“Sea Change in the Politics of Climate”, Kelly Sims Gallagher and John P. Holdren, Washington Post Online Edition, 19 April 2007

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.

"The Economics of Reprocessing vs. Direct Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel", Matthew Bunn, Steve Fetter, John P. Holdren and Bob van der Zwaan, Nuclear Technology, Vol. 150, No. 3 (June 2005).

“Expanding Coal Use While Protecting the Climate”, John P. Holdren, Statement before the Senate Committee on Energy, 10 March 2005.

Meeting the Climate Challenge: Recommendations of the International Climate Change Taskforce, S. Byers (Co-chair), O. Snowe (Co-chair), B. Carr, J. P. Holdren, M. K. Kok-Peng, N. Kosciusko-Morizet, C. Martin, T. McMichael, J. Porritt, A. Turner, E. U. von Weizsäcker, Ni Weidou, T. E. Wirth, C. Zoi, Institute for Public Policy Research, Center for American Progress, and Australia Institute, January 2005.

Ending the Energy Stalemate: A Bipartisan Strategy to Meet America's Energy Challenges, John P. Holdren, William. K. Reilly, John W. Rowe (co-chairs), and 13 others, Report of the National Commission on Energy Policy, Washington, DC, December 2004, 148 pp.

"DOE Budget Authority for Energy, Research, Development, and Demonstration Database", Kelly Sims Gallagher, Ambuj Sagar, Diane Segal, Paul deSa, and John P. Holdren, in Compilation of Commission Research Technical Appendix: Ch. 6, Developing Better Energy Technologies for the Future, National Commission on Energy Policy, Washington, DC, December 2004.

"U.S. Government Policies Relating to International Cooperation on Energy", Kelly Sims Gallagher and John P. Holdren, Compilation of Commission Research Technical Appendix, National Commission on Energy Policy: Ch. 6, Developing Better Energy Technologies for the Future, Washington, DC, December 2004.

"Management of Energy-Technology-Innovation Activities at the Department of Energy", Kelly Sims Gallagher, Robert Frosch, and John P. Holdren, Compilation of Commission Research Technical Appendix, National Commission on Energy Policy: Ch. 6, Developing Better Energy Technologies for the Future, Washington, DC, December 2004.

The Economics of Reprocessing vs. Direct Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Matthew Bunn, Steve Fetter, John P. Holdren, and Bob van der Zwaan, Report DE-FG26-99FT4028, Project on Managing the Atom, Harvard University, December 2003, 127 pp.

“The Quest for Affordable Energy” Book Review of Power to the People. John P. Holdren, Scientific American, December 2003

“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:

“Changing Global and Social Determinants for Nuclear Power”, John P. Holdren, The Bridge (National Academy of Engineering), Vol. 31, No. 3, Fall 2001:

“Federal Energy R&D for the Challenges of the 21st Century: The 1997 PCAST Report and Its Relevance to S.597”, John P. Holdren, Invited Testimony before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, US Senate, 18 July 2001:

“Some Comments On S.1008: Amendments To The Energy Policy Act Of 1992 To Develop The United States Climate Change Response Strategy”, John P. Holdren, Statement for the Record,

Hearings before the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, 18 July 2001:

Interim Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Matthew Bunn, John P. Holdren, Allison Macfarlane, Susan E. Pickett, Atsuyuki Suzuki, Tatsujiro Suzuki, and Jennifer Weeks, Managing the Atom Project, Harvard University, and Project on Sociotechnics of Nuclear Energy, University of Tokyo, June 2001:

“The Energy-Climate Challenge”, John P. Holdren, Environment, June 2001 (also published as a chapter in a book from the Aspen Institute, November 2000):

“Searching for a National Energy Policy”, John P. Holdren, Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 2001:

“Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in the US Energy Future”, John P. Holdren, invited testimony before the House Science Committee, 28 February 2001:

“Meeting the Energy Challenge”, John P. Holdren, Science, 9 February 2001:

“Energy, the Environment, and Health”, John P. Holdren and Kirk R. Smith (Convening Lead Authors), Chapter 3 in Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability, UN Development Programme, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, and World Energy Council, 2000:

“Improving Energy Security and Reducing Greenhouse-Gas Emissions: The Role Of Nuclear Energy”, John P. Holdren, Invited testimony for the House Committee on Science, 25 July 2000:

“US Vulnerability to Oil-Price Shocks and Supply Constraints…and How to Reduce It”, John P. Holdren, Invited testimony for the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, 24 March 2000:

Cooperation in the Energy Futures of China and the United States, Report of a Joint Committee of the U.S. National Research Council, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Chinese Academy of Engineering (Co-Chairs Richard Balzhiser and Lu Yongxiang plus 11 other U.S. members, including John P. Holdren, and 12 other Chinese members), National Academy Press, 2000:

Powerful Partnerships: The Federal Role in International Cooperation on Energy Innovation, Report of a PCAST Panel (J. Holdren, Chair), President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President of the United States, June 1999:

Federal Energy R&D for the Challenges of the 21st Century, Report of a PCAST Panel (J. Holdren, Chair), President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President of the United States, November 1997:

The US Program of Fusion Energy Research and Development, Report of a PCAST Panel (John P. Holdren, Chair), President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President of the United States, July 1995:

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

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