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Conversations at MIT about the future of energy.

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Podcast: British Columbia and the energy trilemma
Podcast: Climate policy paths for Latin American and Asian nations
Podcast: Emissions trading and Paris Agreement Article 6
Podcast: The human environmental nexus

Frances Beinecke on the U.S. climate trajectory, the need for national leadership, and how to make an impact on climate change

Podcast: The Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear energy’s potential in the future low-carbon energy landscape

Podcast: Firm low-carbon energy resources

Jesse Jenkins and Nestor Sepulveda of MIT discuss what the future looks like for reducing CO2 emissions in electricity

Podcast: Negative carbon emissions

John Deutch of MIT and Arun Majumdar of Stanford University discuss potential technology and policy pathways for negative emissions, and the importance of focusing on gigatonne-scale solutions

3Q: Passive buildings rise in popularity and necessity

Katrin Klingenberg, the co-founder and executive director of Passive House Institute US, discusses her design philosophy and how passive buildings can support the low-carbon energy movement.

3Q: “Winning together” in natural resources negotiation and leadership

Bruno Verdini, executive director of the MIT-Harvard Mexico Negotiation program, discusses his award-winning research on negotiating for mutual gains

3Q: New England’s wholesale electricity markets

Abigail Krich, founder and CEO of Boreas Renewables, discusses the incompatibility of New England’s electricity market structure with achieving carbon emissions reduction goals.