MIT study finds that challenges in measuring and mitigating leakage of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, prove pivotal.
Substituting lumber for materials such as cement and steel could cut building emissions and costs.
Recommendations could help companies deliver more useful disclosures to investors on risks they face due to climate change.
The process could work on the gas at any concentrations, from power plant emissions to open air.
The MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub will continue to study the environmental impacts of concrete and the hazard resilience of the built environment.
New research looks at how environmental taxes can work for everyone, in Spain and beyond.
MIT researchers find a way to eliminate carbon emissions from cement production — a major global source of greenhouse gases.
MIT research finds health savings from cleaner air exceed policy costs.
Improved air quality in China could prevent nearly 2,000 premature deaths in the U.S.