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Original 2009 Study: 100% Clean, renewable wind, water, and sunlight (WWS) roadmap for the world as a whole

A path to sustainable energy by 2030 (Scientific American, November 2009) (pdf).

More detailed analysis of the 2009 global roadmap plus a U.S. roadmap for converting to WWS

100% Wind, water, sunlight (WWS) all-sector energy plans for the world and U.S. as a whole, Part I (Energy Policy, 2011) (pdf-Part I) Spreadsheet (xls-spreadsheet)

100% WWS all-sector energy plans for the world and U.S. as a whole, Part II (Energy Policy, 2011) (pdf-Part II) Spreadsheet (xls-spreadsheet)

Response to comments on 2011 Energy Policy world plans. Response 1: 2012 (pdf) Response 2: 2013 (pdf)

Individual 139-country roadmaps

100% Wind, water, sunlight (WWS) all-sector energy plans for 139 countries of the world (link)

Individual 50-U.S.-state roadmaps

100% Wind, water, sunlight (WWS) all-sector energy plans for all 50 United States (link)

100% WWS all-sector energy plan for New York State (Energy Policy, 2013) (link)

100% WWS all-sector energy plan for California (Energy, 2014) (link)

100% WWS all-sector energy plan for Washington State (link)

Original basis for selecting WWS technologies

Review of solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security (Energy and Environmental Sciences, 2009) (link)

Important studies relating to WWS Roadmaps

Studies on matching hourly and peak demand by combining renewables (link)

Studies on wind energy resources and transmission (link)

Taming hurricanes with arrays of offshore wind turbines (link)

Why natural gas warms the Earth more but causes less health damage than coal so is neither a bridge fuel nor benefit to climate (pdf)

Myths versus realities of wind, water, and sunlight (WWS) versus current fuels (pdf)

Implementing WWS Roadmaps -- The Solutions Project (link)

Public Course XEIET 200 Planning for a sustainable future with wind, water, and the sun (link)

Presentations and General Summaries

February 18, 2014 Interview about WWS on Thom Hartmann Show (video)

February 15, 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science presentation (pptx)

October 9, 2013 Late Show With David Letterman (video)

September 25, 2013 Future Talk TV interview on converting to WWS (link)

May 13, 2013 Mount Kisco New York Public Library presentation (link) (pptx)

March, 2013 news articles on New York plan (New York Times Sunday Review) (Huffington Post) (New York Times Dot Earth) (Grist)

November 15, 2012 New School of Economics presentation, New York City (video) (pptx) (Bloomberg radio interview)

October 7, 2012 Nantucket Project 2012 - Mark A. Ruffalo, Marco Krapels, Mark Z. Jacobson (video) (pptx)

October 9, 2012 KZSU Radio - Wind, water, sun, and black carbon (link)

June 20, 2012 Talks at Google - Mark A. Ruffalo, Marco Krapels, Mark Z. Jacobson (video)(pptx)

June 11, 2012 op-ed, "The Tesseract is here" by Mark A. Ruffalo and Mark Z. Jacobson (link)

April 25, 2012 Cupertino Rotary Club presentation (pptx) (video)

April 20, 2012 Tri-Agency (NSF-NOAA-NASA) PI Meeting Presentation (pptx)

February 9, 2012 Beyond the Light Switch Video: The Renewable Energy Future is Right Now (link)

November 14, 2011 HEAL Utah Presentation (pptx) (video)

February 7, 2012 op-ed (invited), "Securing public health forever with clean energy" (link)

May 16, 2011 Seminar, Woods Institute for the Environment (video)

February 4, 2011 Seminar, Cornell University (video)

January 26, 2011 Stanford News Service summary and video of Energy Policy Parts I and II papers (link)

January 13, 2011 Stanford Grid Integration Workshop Presentation (pptx)

February 2010 TED/CNN debates on renewables versus nuclear (link)

April 1, 2008 U.S. House of Representatives hearing. Rep. Jay Inslee tells Exxon-Mobil executive that the vision in the "Renewable Energy Solution to Global Warming" by the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford University is "one that the United States really needs" (starting at 1:35:00 in hearing video) (video) (transcript)

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