The energy challenge calls on humanities and social-science research
September 23, 2010Courses on energy include economics, political science, history, literature and more.
Financial impacts of ‘cap and trade’
August 4, 2010Analysis shows that, contrary to some claims, proposed legislation to limit carbon emissions would not disadvantage those with lower incomes.
Technology and Policy Program student named Switzer Environmental Fellow
July 28, 2010Among 21 granted fellowships this year
3 Questions: John Marshall on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
June 1, 2010An MIT oceanographer discusses why ‘we have never had a spill like this’ — and what that means for cleanup efforts.
Slideshow: Mapping the oil spill
May 17, 2010MIT student leads project using balloons and kites to provide aerial documentation of the Gulf oil slick’s extent and effects
In the World: Clean Water for Ghana
April 29, 2010MIT students help a researcher build a factory that could provide water filters for 1 million people in northern Ghana
Fund helps energy efficiency bloom across campus
April 22, 2010Alumni gifts support the greening of MIT, and the resulting savings are being reinvested in similar projects.
Monaco’s Prince Albert visits MIT and discusses his film
April 14, 2010