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 "The concept, I really believe, is going to work," Jacobson said. "​I'​m optimistic because I know it's possible."​ "The concept, I really believe, is going to work," Jacobson said. "​I'​m optimistic because I know it's possible."​
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 +Short video on the chart under 7 minutes.
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 +http://​esf-oregon.org/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=videos:​mzjakobs139countriesclip.mp4
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 +Attached is the short PDF of applying his model estimates to Oregon. This is not fresh, but a couple of years old. Below is the link to current on-line and downloadable as PDF:
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 +https://​thesolutionsproject.org/​why-clean-energy/#/​map/​states/​location/​OR
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 +He has a big book to be released on Halloween about his model and applying it to various places in the world.
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 +https://​www.amazon.com/​s?​k=book+mark+z+jacobson&​ref=nb_sb_nossa ​
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 +It's being published by Cambridge and I thought you can order the PDF there. Today, I just find a link you can click to vote for ebook version. I know the review copies were supplied in PDF form.  Cambridge shows where teachers can request a review copy.
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 +http://​services.cambridge.org/​us/​academic/​subjects/​earth-and-environmental-science/​environmental-science/​100-clean-renewable-energy-and-storage-everything?​format=PB
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 +I suspect the following is much like the USA-specific information in the book:
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 +http://​web.stanford.edu/​group/​efmh/​jacobson/​Articles/​I/​USStatesWWS.pdf
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 +Here is an article in which he says we can do things quickly;
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 +https://​web.stanford.edu/​group/​efmh/​jacobson/​Articles/​I/​sad1109Jaco5p.indd.pdf
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 +Recent talk at Ames Laboratory
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 +{{youtube>​oNh0KTBU2kE?​medium}}
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 +Supporters of Nuclear have had ongoing arguments with him.  While he acknowledges that nuclear is not a carbon problem, he says there is no time to wait for it, and we still haven'​t solved the waste problem. ​ I think his position is that turning off plants (that seem to be with little risk) is not good either until other fuels take up their slack.
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 +So, with the exception of a few such arguments, he is well regarded as an expert in patterns for solutions.
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 +For a parallel look at energy futures, consider Tony Seba.
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 +His most recent version of The Clean Energy Disruption
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 +https://​youtu.be/​CyDYizvYrp0
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 +His thoughts on hydrogen and comparing it as the battery for automobiles.
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 +https://​youtu.be/​23lz9ercqvA
  
  
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