Presenter: Amory B. Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute
MAP/Ming Visiting Professor for Energy and Environment
Stanford University, March 2007
This lecture series was sponsored by MAP as part of its commitment to fostering sustainable energy education.
In 2001, MAP and Michael and Diane Ming made a five-year pledge to co-fund the MAP/Ming Visiting Professorship for Energy and the Environment at Stanford University. Through this initiative, leading professionals have shared their expertise in the field of energy and the environment with tomorrow's inventors, policy makers, educators and leaders. Amory Lovins represents the fifth and final MAP/Ming Visiting Professor.
These lectures are are also available as podcasts from Stanford University. (Note: The podcasts download slowly—approximately a half-hour per lecture by broadband)—but can play well at any screen size.
The streaming videos below download real-time but do not allow a way to enlarge the screen enough to read the slides. The lecture PDFs are provided below to view simultaneously with the streaming video.
Lecture 1: Buildings
Advanced Energy Efficiency, Lecture 1: Buildings (PDF 5.5MB)
Lecture 2: Industry
Running Time: 1 hour, 34 minutes
Slide Presentation Advanced Energy Efficiency, Lecture 2: Industry (PDF 5.9MB)
Lecture 3: Transportation
Running Time: 1 hour, 36 minutes
Slide Presentation Advanced Energy Efficiency, Lecture 3: Transportation (PDF 4.1MB)
Lecture 4: Implementation
Running Time: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Advanced Energy Efficiency, Lecture 4: Implementation (PDF 4.0MB)
Lecture 5: Implications
Running Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Advanced Energy Efficiency, Lecture 5: Implications (PDF 2.7MB)