The mission of the Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan is to build a community of innovators for sustainability with MIT students and alumni, faculty and researchers, and allies in business, government, non-profit, and hybrid organizations. Together, we encourage innovation in products and services, management practices, business models, and supporting market infrastructures that make effective, sustainable use of natural resources and that advance human welfare.
A rich program that provides essential knowledge, experience, and community for innovative leaders in sustainability.
Bringing practitioners, researchers and the MIT Sloan community together.
Learn about events for alumni to connect with each other, develop your capabilities, and be part of the Sustainability Initiative
We create connections between students, faculty, industry, government, NGOs, and hybrid organizations, empowering them to work together.
We work at multiple levels to fulfill our mission of spreading innovative ideas that promote sustainable practices.
Get connected with the professors and researchers who are breaking new ground in sustainability thinking and practice.
At UN Climate Change Conference, MIT researchers share insights on implementing climate commitments.
Thomas Kochan discusses two very different approaches to profitability, the relevance of unions and of college degrees, and more.
Hundreds of businesses are asking President-elect Donald Trump to follow through on U.S commitments to combat climate change.
The Greater Boston Food Bank has tapped into the Boston-based food-matching platform Spoiler Alert.