Students Map Street-Level Air Quality in Mexico City

As part of DUSP's Mobility Futures Collaborative, a team of students recently proposed using portable monitors to gather air quality data as people move around the city.

JoAnn Carmin: helping cities plan for climate change

A recent installment of MIT News "3 Questions"  by Peter Dizekes features DUSP Professor JoAnn Carmin on helping cities plan for climate change.  Visit the MIT News site to read her answers to the following questions:

SPURS/Humphrey Profile: Sandra Gutierrez Poizat

Interview with Sandra Gutierrez Poizat, 2013-2014 Humphrey Fellow, El Salvador

MIT Spectrum: The Future is Cities

Cities around the world are growing faster than you can say megalopolis. More than half the world lives in cities, and by 2050, it will be two-thirds. In China alone, 300 million people will move to the city within the next 15 years, and to serve them, China must build the equivalent of the entire built infrastructure of the United States by 2028.

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