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MIT Center for Global Change Science affiliates include: the MIT School of Science; MIT School of Engineering; Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences (EAPS); Civil & Evironmental Engineering (CEE);Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS); Engineering Systems Division (ESD), and Biology.
Events CalendarKendall Memorial Lecture
Chien Wang one of six new U.S. scientists to join French climate research initiative
EAPS professors explain this winter’s high surf and the accompanying blizzards.
Combining art and science to envision the global food system under climate change
Health benefits will offset cost of China’s climate policy. A 4 percent reduction per year in carbon dioxide emissions should net $339 billion in health savings in 2030, researchers estimate.
Study projects likely impacts on food prices, bioenergy production, and deforestation.
Interactions among microorganisms account for nitrite accumulation just below the sunlit zone, with implications for oceanic carbon and nitrogen cycling.
Simone Moos, a postdoctoral associate in the Boyle Group, developed one of the first reliable methods to measure chromium isotope ratios in seawater, which she now employs to study the relatively unexplored marine cycling of that metal.
Kerry Emanuel has been chosen by the Board of Directors and staff of The National Center for Science Education to receive the 2018 Friend of the Planet award.
Researchers celebrate women in environmental sciences and engineering at the MIT Museum’s Girls Day
A landmark platform models the range of ways a changing climate may affect humanity, and vice versa