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New York Times | Jun 14, 2017
New York Times: MIT Joint Program-affiliated CEEPR Executive Director John Parsons comments
Washington Post | Jun 08, 2017
His administration cherry-picked my group's findings to help make their case.
Wall Street Journal | Jun 07, 2017
Joint Program co-directors to Wall St. Journal: Your editorial references our research to draw what we consider to be the exact wrong conclusion about the importance of the Paris Agreement to addressing climate change.

In a letter to The Wall Street Journal, Prof. Ron Prinn and John Reilly, co-directors of the Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, explain why their research shows the...

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News Release
MIT News | Jun 05, 2017
A message to the MIT community from MIT President L. Rafael Reif
News Release
MIT News | Jun 02, 2017
Correcting the record on the US President's reference to MIT research
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Washington Post | May 25, 2017
MIT Joint Program-affiliated Professor Susan Solomon (EAPS) co-authors study in Nature Scientific Reports

Researchers published a scientific paper that explicitly refutes an assertion by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt on climate change. Related Links: Popular Science EnviroNews

The Hill | May 22, 2017
Valerie Karplus, asst. prof. of global economics and management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and an MIT Joint Program researcher, comments in The Hill.
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The Energy Collective | May 18, 2017
MIT Joint Program research has "demonstrated that even a modest attempt to mitigate emissions could profoundly affect the risk profile for equilibrium surface temperature"

A forthcoming book by MIT Joint Program sponsor representative David Hone,  Putting the Genie Back: Solving the Climate and Energy Dilemmadraws on...

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MIT News | May 15, 2017
Intensification of extreme rainfall varies from region to region, study shows

Study co-authored by Joint Program affiliate Paul O'Gorman shows that the most extreme rain events in most regions of the world will increase in intensity by 3-15%, depending on region, for every degree Celsius that the planet warms. Additional Coverage: Eco-...