Climate Change:
Adaption, Mitigation,
and Technological Solutions

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A Free One Hour Virtual Classroom Session on Climate Change from MIT

Title: Cllimate Change: Adaption, Mitigation, and Technological Solutions
Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: One Hour

Now available on demand.

You can still watch the virtual event on demand by filling out the form below. Our summer short course, Climate Change: From Science to Solutions, is now open for registration here.

Climate change is a growing concern. Wildfires raging on the West Coast, monstrous hurricanes churning across the Caribbean, rising sea levels… the vast majority of scientists agree that global warming is a factor in these disasters.

At MIT, we know climate change is a big problem. This webinar aims to highlight possible solutions which will combat the effects of global warming. The goal is also to help sort hype from reality and acknowledge that there are many differing views about the long-term effects of how climate change will affect our planet and our lives.

In this one-hour virtual course, participants will learn from MIT faculty expert, Professor Dan Cziczo about:

Will the earth warm more than 2 degrees? If so, how do we project the consequences? Which options are most likely to halt predicted change?


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About the Faculty

Daniel Cziczo

Daniel Cziczo is an Associate Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences and Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT. The major focus of his research is the interrelationship of particulate matter and cloud formation. His research utilizes laboratory and field studies to elucidate how small particles interact with water vapor to form droplets and ice crystals which are important players in the Earth’s climate system. Experiments include using small cloud chambers in the laboratory to mimic atmospheric conditions that lead to cloud formation and observing clouds in situ from remote mountaintop sites or through the use of research aircraft.

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Why MIT Professional Education?

MIT Professional Education delivers timely, relevant programs to a global audience of scientists, engineers, technicians, managers, consultants, and others from industry, government, the military, non-profit, and academia. The MIT Professional Education mission is to provide a gateway to renowned MIT research, knowledge and expertise for those engaged in science and technology worldwide, through advanced education programs designed for working professionals. The programs are delivered by MIT faculty and promote technical excellence through ongoing educational engagement with communities of practice. Under the leadership of the School of Engineering, MIT Professional Education supports the development of creative leaders equipped to address complex problems.

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