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MIT Technology Review | Aug 25, 2022
MIT is all about making the world a better place. This special report on the Climate Grand Challenges initiative looks at how the Institute’s problem solvers are stepping up to help save the planet from the devastating effects of global warming. (Technology Review)
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Washington Post | Aug 05, 2022
MIT's Noelle Selin and John Sterman comment on potential air quality and climate benefits (Washington Post)
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Canary Media | Aug 01, 2022
The Auxin Solar tariff investigation and uncertainties around tax incentives tanked progress, according to a new American Clean Power report (Canary Media)
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TRENDS MENA | Jul 28, 2022
Recent studies suggest that electric vehicles may not eliminate all emissions even by 2050, particularly those related to mining and battery production (TRENDS MENA)
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MIT EAPS | Jun 30, 2022
With over 200 published papers, multiple books, and countless media appearances, Emanuel’s 41 years at MIT have been marked by influential research into hurricane formation and climate change outreach
The Conversation | Jun 21, 2022
MIT Joint Program Co-Director Emeritus John Reilly lays out 'doable and affordable' policy roadmap (The Conversation) (Republished in MarketWatch and Fast Company)
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MIT research highlights the opportunity to rethink global air quality guidelines
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WBUR | Jun 08, 2022
To put global climate modeling at the fingertips of local decision-makers, some scientists think it’s time to rethink the system from scratch. Five Joint Program-affiliated researchers will help advance an MIT Climate Grand Challenges flagship project to do just that. (WBUR)
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In the United Nations Climate blog Electric Future, MIT Joint Program Deputy Director Sergey Paltsev highlights challenges in making EVs truly emissions-free (UNFCCC)
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Twenty winning projects will link industry member priorities with research groups across campus to develop scalable climate solutions