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Can carbon trading systems reduce global emissions, or are they little more than greenwashing? Clear, enforceable standards may make the difference. (MIT News)
Research in Southeast Asia quantifies how much wildfire smoke hurts peoples’ moods; finds the effect is greater when fires originate in other countries (MIT News)
Scientists quantify a previously overlooked driver of human-related mercury emissions (MIT News) (Coverage:...