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John Fernandez
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Member Since6/23/16
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John E. Fernández, class of 1985, has been on the faculty of MIT since 1999. He is a full Professor and Director of the Building Technology Program in the Department of Architecture and is Director of the Urban Metabolism Group, a highly multidisciplinary research group focused on the resource intensity of cities and design and technology pathways for future urbanization. He is also co-Director of the International Design Center at MIT, a large internationally funded center for design studies across engineering and architecture. In 2015, Fernández was named the new director of MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative (ESI), a campuswide initiative launched in 2014. 

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Soil for Life Carbon Sequestration Challenge9/1/16
Hydroponic Carbon Capture at Source - HCCAS. CO2 but in a good way.9/1/16
Microbial electrolysis closes the carbon cycle9/1/16
Safi Sarvi: Carbon-negative fertilizer that improves farmers'€™ yields by 30%9/1/16
Every local economy can become carbon-positive9/1/16

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jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Remove CO2 by cooling and storage in Antarctica9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Intelligent Environment---Breathing Architectural Being9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Using Microalgae Cultivation9/1/16
jfernandez is supporting Solution Safi Sarvi: Carbon-negative fertilizer that improves farmers'Â?Â? yields by 30%9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Safi Sarvi: Carbon-negative fertilizer that improves farmers'Â?Â? yields by 30%9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Biochar production from agricultural waste products and weak wood out of Forests9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal A NANO Capture & Energy Converter that store electricity from Carbon Emmission.9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Opensource Production Solid Nano Carbon Particles9/1/16
jfernandez is supporting Solution Every local economy can become carbon-positive9/1/16
jfernandez is supporting Solution Soil for Life Carbon Sequestration Challenge9/1/16
jfernandez is supporting Solution Hydroponic Carbon Capture at Source - HCCAS. CO2 but in a good way.9/1/16
jfernandez is supporting Solution Microbial electrolysis closes the carbon cycle9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Advanced Hybrid Airplanes9/1/16
jfernandez added a comment to Proposal Smart hydrotech (BMSH), the ultimate green energy solution for planet Earth9/1/16
jfernandez joined the Solve CoLab community6/20/16
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