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Solving for Carbon Neutrality at MIT

Solving for carbon neutrality at MIT requires a deep understanding of technology options, and human behaviors, as well as regional, state and municipal energy production and distribution systems, economic frameworks and policy.  The course will be designed for students to consider the local, state, regional and national context of solving for carbon neutrality and inform the development of the pathways they design.  The course will be designed to leverage the campus as a test bed for understanding climate mitigation and preparing for a low carbon future.