MIT study co-authored by IDSS core faculty Noelle Selin and SES alum Minghao Qiu (PhD ’21) finds increased usage of wind power improves air quality in U.S., however only a third of the health benefits are being seen in disadvantaged communities.
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Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) is committed to addressing complex societal challenges by advancing education and research at the intersection of statistics, data science, information and decision systems, and social sciences.
An essay co-written by IDSS affliate Esther Duflo considers the opportunities and challenges facing the world in the new year and beyond.
A new study co-authored by IDSS core faculty Noelle Selin and SES alum Minghao Qiu (PhD ’21) finds that the health benefits of using wind energy could quadruple if the most polluting power plants are selected for dialing down.
Delegates from MIT including IDSS core faculty Jessika Trancik attended COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, where international climate negotiations went down to the wire.