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Assessing Global Change

Our independent, integrative assessments aid decision-makers in confronting multiple, interwoven challenges.

Threats to supplies, and strategies to meet demand
Risk and resilience at urban, industrial and ecosystem levels
Urban & regional air pollutants, human health impacts
The future of interlinked ecosystems in a changing world
Limitations/benefits of existing and new technologies
Natural and anthropogenic changes to the planet over time
Costs and benefits of mitigation and adaptation strategies
National and continental impacts of energy and climate policies

Research Tools

Our state-of-the-art models and analytical methods project global changes and potential risks under different policy scenarios.

Simulates the interplay between Earth and human systems

Simulates physical, dynamical and chemical processes in the atmosphere, land, ocean and cryosphere

Simulates the evolution of economic, demographic, trade and technological processes

Analytical methods to quantify risk at global and regional scales

Upcoming Event

March 27, 2019 - March 29, 2019
Forum attendance is by invitation only.

Joint Program News

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News Release

Joint Program Co-Director Ronald Prinn and former PhD student Jimmy Gasore recognized for initiating the project

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In The News

Global emissions reached a record high, says MIT CEEPR Deputy Director Michael Mehling in the Washington Post

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News Release
Study finds chloroform emissions, on the rise in East Asia, could delay ozone recovery by up to eight years
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In The News

Joint Program Research Scientist Jennifer Morris interviewed on France 24