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Joint Program News
While electrification of light-duty vehicles can contribute significantly to mitigating greenhouse gas emissions, a more comprehensive approach is needed to complete the job (T&D World)
MIT Joint Program Deputy Director Sergey Paltsev to serve as co-principal investigator on "Nature-based solutions for accelerating climate action," one of seven projects supported by the Imperial-MIT seed fund (Imperial College London)
Ten principal investigators from seven MIT departments and labs will receive up to $150,000 for two years, overhead-free, for innovative research on global food and water challenges
PODCAST: The MIT Joint Program deputy director discusses climate projections and the tools he and his colleagues use to communicate projected outcomes to policymakers and the public (Climate Now)