COP26 is bringing many calls for action. Some are already taking action
The Washington Post · November 6, 2021
Many climate organizations, initiatives, and innovations are already working to make the declarations made at the COP26 conference a reality, including Jessika Trancik (Institute for Data, Systems, and Society), who developed a carbon counter that details the carbon impacts of different cars, and Form Energy, an MIT spinout using the oxidation process for grid-scale energy storage.
How green are electric vehicles?
New York Times · May 19, 2021
Jessika Trancik (Institute for Data, Systems, and Society) discusses the benefits of EVs over hybrid vehicles in achieving our emissions reduction goals. Her lab has created an interactive tool that compares the relative climate impacts of a wide array of different cars based on range of relevant factors.
Technology innovation gives government leverage to drive down emissions fast – here’s how
The Conversation · April 7, 2021
Jessika Trancik (Institute for Data, Systems, and Society) explores how government policies can help spark innovation in solar, wind and battery markets, helping to reduce carbon emissions.