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ESI visiting scientist Scott Odell is among the contributors to a special edition of Environmental Forum on responsible mining of clean energy materials.
The Environmental Solutions Initiative has partnered with SubjectToClimate to introduce a help desk for educators called “ClimateSocrates.”
(Spanish language) ESI Research Program Director Marcela Angel speaks with El País about nature-based approaches to mitigating climate change.
On plastic pollution, "[There's] no silver bullet, there isn't going to be one technical advance that's going to fix the problem," ESI's Christopher Noble tells CNET.
The ESI researcher, entrepreneur and DJ founded Lamarr.AI to employ artificial intelligence, aerial robotics and cloud computing to rapidly diagnose the performance of building envelopes.
Marcela speaks to Kyanite Partners about her childhood in Bogotá and her projects at the intersections of computing, urban planning, natural climate solutions and environmental justice.
ESI’s Luis Gilberto Murillo and Marcela Angel Lalinde have published an essay in Sur, an international journal of human rights issues in the Global South, laying out the opportunities for Afro-descendant communities in the Americas to contribute to climate solutions in ways that also address social, economic and racial injustices.
ESI's Marcela Angel spoke to Forbes Colombia about our natural climate solutions program, which works with afro-descendant communities in Latin America to co-produce climate adaptation and mitigation solutions.
The collaboration with Colombia's Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation will center on sustainable economic activity within biodiverse regions.
In this op ed, ESI's Luis Gilberto Murillo and Caroline White-Nockleby argue for U.S. backing for collective land titling for indigenous and Afro-descendant communities in Latin America, to advance both regional goals and America's climate agenda.
ESI's Here and Real program connects MIT climate research to communities.
Caroline White-Nockleby, lead author of an ESI white paper on the tax structure of a Pennsylvania coal county, talks to Pittsburgh's NPR radio station WESA.