The “Fast Forward” climate action plan laid out ambitious commitments. Now comes the harder part: making them happen.
Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship Joe Higgins describes how MIT is tackling its Fast Forward campus carbon-reduction goals
A new study estimates potential losses by 2050 amid low-carbon energy transition.
MIT spinout Quaise Energy is working to create geothermal wells made from the deepest holes in the world.
Annual student-led conference looks at prospects for decarbonizing some of the most difficult industries, including aviation and cement production.
With special treatment, minerals called zeolites — commonly found in cat litter — can efficiently remove the greenhouse gas from the air, researchers report.
MIT-led team finds holistic optimization of electric power and hydrogen supply chain infrastructure is favorable for emission reductions and decreased infrastructure costs.
3 Questions: Daniel Cohn on the benefits of high-efficiency, flexible-fuel engines for heavy-duty trucking
MIT researchers propose a gasoline-ethanol engine that is cleaner and more cost-effective than existing diesel engine technologies to help meet vehicle emission reduction goals.
Applied in the field, a new model reduced quakes from oil and gas processes; could help manage seismic events from carbon sequestration.
Chemical engineering senior Awele Uwagwu works to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria.
Osmoses says its filtration membranes can make gas and vapor separation much less energy-intensive across multiple industries.
The Institute commits to net-zero emissions by 2026, charts course marshaling all of MIT’s capabilities toward decarbonization.