Mark Jacobson receives Judi Friedman Lifetime Achievement Award
MARK JACOBSON, professor of civil and environmental engineering and senior fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy and the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, has received the 2018 Judi Friedman Lifetime Achievement Award from People’s Action for Clean Energy (PACE).
The award recognizes wind, water and solar energy research that meets the needs of cities, states and countries around the world. It is given in memory of PACE chairman and clean energy advocate Judi Friedman, to continue the organization’s mission of promoting energy efficiency, conservation and clean, renewable energy.
Jacobson’s research focuses on developing solutions to air pollution and global warming issues in complex environments. His projects include the development of 3D urban air quality and air pollution-climate models, as well as infrastructure roadmaps to help countries, cities and states transition to 100 percent clean, renewable energy. PACE recognized Jacobson for his career dedication to large-scale air pollution and climate problems. His research has helped more than 85 cities and 150 international companies commit to 100 percent clean, renewable energy.
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