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June 2019
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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

Scientists discover the source of new CFC emissions

Despite global phase-out, ozone-depleting chemical still in production in eastern China 

THe color of climate change

EAPS oceanographers--including Joint Program Principal Research Scientist Stephanie Dutkiewicz--model how climate change will affect phytoplankton, a crucial component of the global ecosystem

Population Connection announces winners of “World of 7 Billion” international student video contest

Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly judges Sustainable Resource Use category

 

in the news

HOW SCIENTISTS UNRAVELED THE MYSTERY BEHIND THE RETURN OF A BANNED GREENHOUSE GAS

The apparent spike in CFC-11 production in China underscores the importance of ongoing emissions monitoring—and the limits of our current system (Technology Review)

WAS BIDEN A CLIMATE CHANGE PIONEER IN CONGRESS? HISTORY SAYS YES.

To get to yes, PolitiFact interviewed Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly and other experts on the subject

FAREWELL TO THE PALE BLUE DOT

Climate change is altering the color of our planet (International Shipping News)

 

AROUND CAMPUS

FINDING VALUE IN NATURE AND ENSURING GREEN GROWTH

For the 17th annual Kendall Lecture, Gretchen Daily analyzes species and ecosystem services and leverages natural capital to build a green financial system

VP FOR RESEARCH MARIA ZUBER URGES OUTWARD-FACING COLLABORATIONS AT MIT CLIMATE NIGHT

Inaugural event for MIT's climate action groups showcases Institute's efforts to reach outside its walls to make new impacts on climate change

MIT PODCAST BREAKS DOWN THE FACTS ON CLIMATE CHANGE

TILclimate (Today I Learned: Climate) podcast demystifies the science, technology and policy surrounding climate change in 10-minute bites

OCEAN ACTIVITY IS KEY CONTROLLER OF SUMMER MONSOONS

Results may help researchers interpret ancient monsoon variations, predict future activity in the face of climate change

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