MIT Sloan believes that sustainability takes root only when economic, social and environmental practices all align to help us flourish indefinitely on a planet with finite resources.
Our Initiative is not simply about solving existing problems. We innovate to create opportunities for greater long-term economic, social, and environmental benefit. We do this by capitalizing on MIT's core assets, by linking sustainability to science, technology, process improvement, organizational learning, entrepreneurship, social change, and finance.
Members of our sustainability community can engage broadly or deeply with our initiative. Many students, for example, get their first introduction to sustainability in core management classes such as operations or entrepreneurship; many then become more engaged in our community by attending speaker events, joining sustainability-related clubs, or pursuing a Sustainability Certificate.
For more information about MIT Sloan’s Sustainability Initiative, contact Jason Jay, Director of the Initiative for Sustainable Business & Society Tel: (617) 253-0594 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org