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Lec 61 - New Ways for Regulating Greenhouse Gases

"Lec 61 - New Ways for Regulating Greenhouse Gases" January 14, 2009 lecture by David Victor for the Woods Energy Seminar (ENERGY301). In his talk "New Ways to Think About Regulating Greenhouse Gasses," Victor discusses the need for an international and universal regulation on greenhouse gas emissions and he posits that the nature of the climate problem has been erroneously placed on compliance concerns rather than actual effort. The Woods Energy Seminar is an interdisciplinary series of talks primarily by Stanford experts on a broad range of energy topics. David Victor is the Director of Stanford's Program on Energy and Sustainable Development. Woods Institute for the Environment http://woods.stanford.edu/ Stanford Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford

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Lec 1 - Scenarios of the Global Climate Energy System

Lec 2 - Wind, Water and Sunlight

Lec 3 - Low-Energy Building: European Design and Control

Lec 4 - California's Low-Carbon Fuel Standard

Lec 5 - Japan and the Future of Nuclear Energy

Lec 6 - The Status of Concentrating Solar Power Development

Lec 7 - Stanford's Energy Story: Present and Future

Lec 8- Transportation and Climate Change

Lec 9 - Global Cookstove Problems

Lec 10 - Renewable Power Entrepreneurship

Lec 11 - Canada's Oil Sands, Warts and All

Lec 12 - Energy Lessons from the Heartland

Lec 13 - Solar Geoengineering to Manage Climate

Lec 14 - Cap and Trade in California

Lec 15 - The Gulf Oil Spill: Where Did All the Oil Go?

Lec 16 - New York and Climate Change

Lec 17 - AB32 and Proposition 23

Lec 18 - Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford: The Grand Challenge

Lec 19 - Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford: The Grand Challenge

Lec 20 - The Energy Innovation Ecosystem

Lec 21 - Climate Change and Global Prosperity

Lec 22 - Does Biochar Deliver Carbon-Negative Energy?

Lec 23 - Nuclear Regulation in Our Era

Lec 24 - Global Transition to Electric Vehicles

Lec 25 - Nuclear Power: How, Why, Barriers

Lec 26 - Making Large Scale Solar Work

Lec 27 - Fuels from Sunlight Using Nano-Materials

Lec 28 - Consumer Responses to Electric Vehicles

Lec 29- The Way Forward with Electric Drive

Lec 30 - The Future of EVs

Lec 31 - China's Influence on Solar Energy

Lec 32 - COP15 and the Stanford Student Experience

Lec 33 - The Energy Challenge and the Case for Fusion

Lec 34 - Controlling Climate Change After Copenhagen

Lec 35 - More Than 50% Wind on the Grid

Lec 36 - Transmission Siting Issues

Lec 37 - U.S. Shale Gas

Lec 38 - Demystifying and De-Jargoning the Smart Grid

Lec 39 - Global Climate Architectural Policy

Lec 40 - Communicating Climate Science in a Changing Media Landscape

Lec 41 - Solar Energy at Scale

Lec 42 - Solar Cell Technology in 2009 and Beyond

Lec 43 - Solar Photovoltaic Installation and Financing

Lec 44 - Economic Analysis of the Solar Industry

Lec 45 - Sustainable Energy Systems: Scale, Tradeoffs, and Co-Benefits

Lec 46 - U.S. Energy Future: Transportation Fuels

Lec 47 - Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Oil Substitutes

Lec 48 - Carbon Sequestration & Natural Gas Extraction

Lec 49 - LIFE: Laser Initial Fusion Energy System

Lec 50 - Adaptation to Climate Change

Lec 51 - Benefits of a Restructured Electric Industry

Lec 52 - Killers Apps for the Smart Grid

Lec 53 - Renewable Energy and the Economy

Lec 54 - Global Coal Market

Lec 55 - Nuclear Sustainability and Climate Change

Lec 56 - Sequestering CO2 in the Built Environment

Lec 57 - A Pathway for Widespread Geothermal Energy

Lec 58 - Smart Grids & Decarbonizing the Power Sector

Lec 59 - Renewable Ocean Energy Conversion Systems

Lec 60 - Sustainable Aviation

Lec 62 - The Real Story on Fuel Economy

Lec 63 - Solar Thermal Power

Lec 64 - Nanomaterials for Batteries & Energy Storage

Lec 65 - Marine Energy Technology: Waves and Currents

Lec 66 - William McDonough on Eco-Friendly Design

Lec 67 - Advanced Molecular Photovoltaics

Lec 68 - Equitable Climate Solutions: Stephen Pacala

Lec 69 - The Future of Oil

Lec 70 - Evaluating Energy Solutions to Climate Change

Lec 71 - Overcoming the Resource Curse

Lec Last - The New Geopolitics of Energy