September 29, 2010 - As part of the Global Climate and Energy Project's 6th Annual Research Symposium at Stanford University, Stephen Pacala, Director of the Princeton Environmental Institute at Princeton University, discusses recent research into strategies attempting to mitigate carbon emissions and their influence on the climate and the degree of investment necessary to make a significant difference.
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