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MIT takes on world's energy crisis
Posted on Thursday, June 09, 2005 @ 22:15:15 GMT by vlad

Science MIT President Susan Hockfield and Provost Robert A. Brown announced today the establishment of an Energy Research Council to spearhead efforts to address the world's mounting energy problems.


i-Newswire, - The council will develop an outline for an Institute-wide response to the global energy crisis by Feb. 1.

The council will be co-chaired by Chevron Professor Robert C. Armstrong, head of the Department of Chemical Engineering, and Professor Ernest J. Moniz of physics and engineering systems and director of energy studies at the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment. Moniz was undersecretary for the U.S. Department of Energy from 1997 to 2001 during the Clinton administration.

"This is arguably the pre-eminent opportunity in the 21st century for bringing science and engineering to bear on human needs," said Moniz. "Fossil fuels make up 85 percent of the world's present energy use, and developing economies will greatly increase their use of fossil fuels to meet their economic and social goals. This need for more energy, coupled with the cumulative effects of carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion, have the world running headlong toward climate change. By midcentury, we will have a very real problem and we cannot wait until then to find the technological answers."
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Read the rest of the article here:
http://i-newswire.com/pr24560.html


Also:
MIT makes power play
School mounts effort, seeks funds to tackle world's energy woes

By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff | June 9, 2005

Surce: http://www.boston.com/business/technology/articles/2005/06/09/mit_makes_power_play/

 
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Re: MIT takes on world's energy crisis (Score: 1)
by pulsed_ignition on Friday, June 10, 2005 @ 07:32:35 GMT
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Anybody ever hear of anything like that before?

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