GE’s membership marks continued progress on goals of MIT’s Plan for Action on Climate Change to engage industry in solving global challenges.
Former secretary of state — and former MIT professor — urges progress on multiple fronts.
MIT study finds that sectoral regulations will not cut emissions enough to substantially limit climate change, but are a good step toward phasing in a price on carbon.
MIT researchers find the national and regional impacts of U.S. regulatory policies for mitigating climate change.
MIT, Singapore researchers use a new method to find that black carbon emissions are much higher than majority of global air-pollution studies.
New analysis shows that policies addressing energy consumption and technology choices individually can play an important part in reducing emissions.
Can Taiwan create a low-carbon economy without nuclear energy? One MIT researcher finds out.