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              Under its “Fast Forward” climate action plan, MIT has set a goal of eliminating direct emissions from its campus by 2050 and a near-term milestone of achieving net-zero emissions by 2026.              Image: Gretchen Ertl
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Deeply respected advisor, educator, mentor, and former department head was a founding member of the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change and committed to helping others…

MIT spinoff Takachar converts agricultural waste into clean-burning fuel, and wins Earthshot Prize.

New position paper calls for getting stakeholders involved in wind power projects from the start.

In MIT’s Experiential Ethics summer course, students grapple with real-world ethical decision making, often while interning in the very fields they’re studying.

Founded by MIT chemical engineers and winner of an XPRIZE Carbon Removal milestone award, Verdox is working to move the needle on climate change.

The MIT Schwarzman College of Computing welcomes four new faculty members engaged in research and teaching that address climate risks and other environmental issues.

Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship Joe Higgins describes how MIT is tackling its Fast Forward campus carbon-reduction goals

The grant will enable pilot-scale water treatment systems to be built and tested using sustainable hydrogel microparticles.

Assistant Professor Ariel Furst and her colleagues are looking to DNA to help guide the process.