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February 2020
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MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change

 

Global Snapshot

The latest news from the MIT Joint Program

 

NEWS RELEASES

Pathways to a low-carbon future

How the global energy mix could change over the next 20 years

Reflections from the 2019 UN Climate Conference

MIT participants discuss their COP25 impressions and projects

Cutting mercury emissions in China

How concurrent climate and air pollution policies could prove a win-win combination

Reducing risk, empowering resilience to disruptive global change

Workshop highlights how MIT research can guide adaptation at local, regional and national scales

Emissions of potent greenhouse gas have grown, contradicting reports of huge reductions

An international team of scientists, including Joint Program Co-Director Ronald Prinn, has found atmospheric levels of HFC-23 growing at record values (Coverage: The GuardianTechnology Review)

Estimating irrigated crop yields and irrigation water requirements

New method enables a more comprehensive assessment of the impact of climate change on agriculture

One hundred years of atmospheric chemistry

MIT Professor Ronald Prinn presents highlights in science keynote at 100th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society

 

in the news

COMMENTARY: NUCLEAR MUST BE AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE CLIMATE CONVERSATION

Commentary cites Joint Program Report highlighting the need for diverse energy resources to power the grid (Washington Examiner)

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