HEALing Energy: Engineer aims for a global renewable energy plan by 2012
Stanford University Engineer Mark Z. Jacobson is trying to convince the world that his energy plan based soley on renwables: wind, water, and solar is the only way to go. He presents his extensive research on the plan in Scientific American's November 2009 issue.
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Stanford University Engineer Mark Jacobson's main goal is solving two of the greatest challenges today, global warming and air pollution. Jacobson argues wind, water, and solar energy resources are readily available now to meet the world's energy demands. SQ Radio presents Jacobon's meticulous research, the proposed plan to build a nuclear power plant along the Green River in Utah, and State of Utah energy experts weigh in on Jacobson's renewable energy plan.OUTRO: