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Solar engineer Joshua Stein works on one of several photovoltaic systems being evaluated for industry partners at Sandia National Laboratories in the U.S. Regional Test Centers program. Sandia won a three-year renewal of a Department of Energy contract to manage the RTCs, a network of five sites across the country where industry can assess the performance, reliability and economic viability of solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies. (Photo by Randy Montoya)
The Hill | Feb 27, 2017

"An innovative corporate America, along with the rest of the nation, can benefit from developing low-carbon technologies and other greenhouse gas-reducing options," says MIT Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly.

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E&E News: ClimateWire | Jan 23, 2017
MIT Joint Program Principal Research Scientist Erwan Monier comments
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Popular Science | Jan 18, 2017

Popular Science: MIT Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly comments on NASA/NOAA announcement

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MIT News | Jan 10, 2017
At MIT, U.S. Secretary of State highlights peril of climate change, economic promise of clean energy
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J-WAFS | Jan 10, 2017
How Models Can Help Agriculture Adapt to Climate Change Uncertainties
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MIT News | Jan 09, 2017
Through warming effects, methane and other gases impact rising seas long after leaving the atmosphere
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MIT News | Jan 03, 2017
New technique predicts frequency of heavy precipitation with global warming

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Photo: Drax power station in England is the world’s largest consumer of industrial wood pellets. (Source: Kevin Blowe)
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Climate Central | Dec 20, 2016

Regulatory loophole allows wood energy to count as carbon neutral, when it’s often worse for the climate than burning coal. MIT Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly comments.

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BBC World Service | Dec 09, 2016

Donald Trump has chosen a climate change sceptic to head the US Environmental Protection Agency. MIT Joint Program Co-Director Emeritus Henry Jacoby comments on the policy implications in this BBC World Service radio clip.

Space Station view of the Chesapeake Bay (Source: NASA)
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New York Times | Dec 02, 2016

Despite the title of the article, the author cautions that the world remains imperiled by greenhouse gas emissions associated with climate change, citing the MIT Joint Program’s 2015 Energy and Climate Outlook.