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MIT's Balakrishnan Rajagopal is helping to map the crisis of displaced peoples
Population displacement is a global problem, one that historically has been insufficiently quantified and analyzed, especially given its wide-ranging effects. Displacement can result from a number of factors, including armed conflicts, natural disasters, medium- and large-scale development projects, resource extraction, and even neighborhood gentrification. And it happens all over the world, even here in the United States.

Professor Susskind Publishes New Edition, Environmental Diplomacy

  • An accessible narrative on understanding the geopolitics of negotiating international environmental agreements
  • Provides clear guidance on improving the current system
  • Informs the reader on the geopolitics of protecting our planet
  • Structured in a way that it can be used for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses

'Smart Sewage' could spot epidemics before they happen

A new research project  by SENSEable City Lab and CSAIL will analyze sewage to spot diseases. Monitoring city sewage could reveal infections circulating in the population and could one day be applied to create individual "smart toilets".

Juma: How Nigeria defeated Ebola

A recent article by DUSP Visiting Professor Calestous Juma in The Guardian argues that the key to Nigeria’s successful containment of Ebola has been the strength of the public sector: state governments, universities and hospitals.

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