Founded in 1991, the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change is an interdisciplinary organization that conducts research, independent policy analysis, and public communication on issues of global environmental change. The very cornerstone of the Program is the MIT Integrated Global System Model (ISGM) which is a "comprehensive research tool for analyzing potential anthropogenic global climate change and its social environmental change." From the website, visitors can learn more about the ISGM, personnel at the program, the program's public outreach efforts to communicate its findings, and its diverse set of sponsors. Many impressive publications are also available to visitors of the site, and include a number of forum papers, climate policy notes, and over one hundred full-length reports.
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