2023 Global Change Outlook from the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change quantifies benefits of policies that cap global warming at 1.5 C.
New coating protects nitrogen-fixing bacteria from heat and humidity, which could allow them to be deployed for large-scale agricultural use.
Placing solutions in the cloud but learning with boots on the ground, GEAR Lab researchers build low-cost, solar-powered irrigation tools to make precision agriculture more accessible.
The rich soil holds thousands of tons of carbon, sequestered over centuries by indigenous practices, a new study suggests.
A new analysis describes steps planners can take to make forests more effective “natural climate solutions.”
Less expensive than refrigerated cold rooms, this cooling chamber offers accessible cold storage for smallholder farmers.
The Brazilian social justice reporter is a fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies.
Assistant Professor César Terrer and recent visiting student Stephen Bell describe how agricultural lands that are no longer productive could play an important role in carbon sequestration.
A new computational tool empowers decision-makers to target interventions.
Inaugural J-WAFS Grand Challenge aims to develop enhanced crop variants and move them from lab to land
Matt Shoulders will lead an interdisciplinary team to improve RuBisCO — the photosynthesis enzyme thought to be the holy grail for improving agricultural yield.