MIT has a strong, collaborative focus on climate and environmental research, combining technical advances with research and education in the political, cultural, and economic dimensions of climate and related issues. Faculty and students in MIT SHASS contribute to increased planetary health via research that informs better public policy; by educating leading science communicators; and by advancing solutions to the cultural barriers that thwart effective climate policy. MIT's humanistic faculty also teach every MIT undergraduate, empowering the next generation of problem-solvers with a range of critical skills and historical, cultural, and global perspectives needed for success in every endeavor. Learn more about the economic, social, and political dimensions of climate change.
MIT's Humanistic Research for Planetary Health
Solving Climate: Humanistic Perspectives from MIT
MIT SHASS | Climate Courses at MIT OpenCourseWare
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