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Congratulations MIT Class of 2020!
MIT’s first online ceremony dazzled with technical wizardry and family participation from around the world. Watch the archived webcast.
Mayors of the world’s biggest, most influential cities are setting ambitious targets to mitigate emissions. However, countries and cities cannot act alone and will require considerable support from the private sector to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement and SDG 11. At the same time, businesses recognize the risks that climate change poses. How can city mayors and businesses translate their global climate commitments into practical actions that limit global temperature rise to 1.5’C?
Join Danfoss, the City of Copenhagen and MIT Sustainable Design Lab for a look at the example of EnergyLab Nordhavn and discussion of how Denmark’s organizations are coming together to meet sustainability goals and combat climate change.
Panelists: Jonas Loholm Hamann, Communication & Public Affairs Advisor, Danfoss Cooling & Jørgen Abildgaard, Project Director for the 2025 Carbon Neutral strategy and plan for the City of Copenhagen
Moderator: Alpha Yacob Arsano, Research Assistant at the MIT Sustainable Design Lab and PhD Candidate in Building Technology
We hope for this session to be as interactive as possible, so please come with your thoughts for a Q&A, or feel free to send us a question in advance via the RSVP form.
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This discussion is part of the MIT-Denmark “Tomorrow’s Cities” Webinar Series on adapting to the needs of future societies, using Denmark as a case study.
MITdesignX Pitch Day
On May 26, ten teams of the MITdesignX 2020 cohort presented their final exhibitions at the DesignX showcase. The audience included over 400 people from around the world, who were asked to vote for the top three startups.
ArchitectureTalk, Ep 71. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Dr. Nasser Rabbat – May 20, 2020
Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT
Q&A with Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, and Director, Research and Development; and designer, artist, and professor Neri Oxman, about the exhibition Neri Oxman: Material Ecology (May 14, 2020).
Newsha Gaeli, the co-founder of epidemiology start-up Biobot, gives us a fascinating introduction to the world of sewage surveillance (April 17, 2020).
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