September 28, 2010 - As part of the Global Climate and Energy Project's 6th Annual Research Symposium at Stanford University, Pamela Matson, Dean of the School of Earth Sciences at Stanford University, discusses the implications of various proposed solutions to national and global energy problems with particular attention to areas where synergies, conflicts, and unintentional outcomes might be possible.
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