Joint Program In the News

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Around Campus
MIT News | Apr 18, 2018
Professor of mechanical engineering explains the importance of advancing internal combustion engines and offers his take on recent EPA rollbacks
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Around Campus
MIT News | Apr 11, 2018
Interactions among microorganisms account for nitrite accumulation just below the sunlit zone, with implications for oceanic carbon and nitrogen cycling
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Commentary
Nature Climate Change | Apr 05, 2018
If successful, China could lead the next generation of global carbon markets in developing and industrializing countries. A commentary in the journal Nature Climate Change co-authored by Sloan School of Management Asst. Prof. Valerie Karplus, faculty affiliate of the Joint Program 
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Around Campus
MIT News | Apr 04, 2018
Researchers celebrate women in environmental sciences and engineering--including former Joint Program research associate Megan LIckley--at the MIT Museum’s Girls Day
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In The News
Energy Collective | Mar 28, 2018
EnergyCollective: Joint Program Report used in Shell scenario shows how massive reforestation could make it possible to cap global warming at 1.5°C 
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Science | Mar 08, 2018
In Science article, Joint Program-affiliated researchers maintain that such linkage could incent more ambitious climate action
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In The News
Associated Press | Feb 26, 2018
Joint Program founding Co-Director corrects U.S. president's misinterpretation of Paris Agreement
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In The News
MIT Spectrum | Feb 21, 2018
How Valerie Karplus and her transpacific team helped to put climate-critical commitments on the table
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MIT Spectrum | Feb 21, 2018
A landmark platform models the range of ways a changing climate may affect humanity, and vice versa
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Around Campus
MIT News | Feb 14, 2018
Trailblazing scientists Jule Charney and Edward Lorenz gave us numerical weather prediction and chaos theory, highlighting the value of basic research

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