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MIT Sloan and the Sustainability Initiative convened a roundtable for alumni leaders in renewable energy for two days of discussion, debate, and networking

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Sanergy

Sanergy—a social enterprise founded by MIT Sloan grads—builds healthy, prosperous communities by making hygienic sanitation accessible and affordable, for residents of urban informal settlements.

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David Keith has developed a management flight simulator focused on alternative fuels in transportation, and researched buyer behavior influencing vehicle purchases

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Nike

Nike has taken a position of leadership and innovation for sustainability.  MIT Sloan has been part of that journey.

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Department of Urban Studies and Planning student, Cristina Logg ’18, joins MIT Sloan’s Sustainable Business Lab this semester to help Biogen hone its sustainability strategies.

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Robin Chase

Robin Chase, SM ‘86, is a career innovator who has moved between articulating big ideas and implementing them.

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Moderator: Jason Jay, PhD ’10, Senior Lecturer, Sustainability; Director, Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan
Panelists: Drew Morales, MBA ‘15 (Wellington Management); Lily Russell, MBA ‘11 (Explain the Chain); Eric Seale, SM ‘86 (Warren & Selbert, Inc.); Michael Thompson, SM ‘81 (Northland Power)

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Carter Williams, Managing Director, OI Ventures
MIT Sloan Professional Seminar in Sustainability
October 4, 2011

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Tetsuya Ohara, Director, Advanced Research and Development, Patagonia
MIT Sloan Sustainability Speaker Series
February 12, 2012

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Iqbal Quadir, Founder and Director, Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship, MIT
MIT Sloan Sustainability and Social Impact Perspectives Series
November 29, 2011

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John Sterman, Jay W. Forrester Professor of Management , MIT Sloan School of Management
Transportation@MIT Seminar
February 9, 2010

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Robin Chase, Transportation Innovator
MIT Sloan Sustainability Speaker Series
November 19, 2012

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This blog post is the fourth in a four-post series on Sustainability-Oriented Innovation (SOI). See the first post, “A bridge to breakthroughs” for our definition and overview. Our work builds on Accelerating the Theory and Practice of Sustainability-Oriented Innovation by Jason Jay and Marine Gerard. In this post, we look at the SOI decision-mak...

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This blog post is the third in a four-post series on Sustainability-Oriented Innovation (SOI). See the first post, “Sustainability-Oriented Innovation: A Bridge to Breakthroughs,” for our definition and overview, and the second post, “Why Sustainability-Oriented Innovation Is Valuable in Every Context,” for a discussion of different types...

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This blog post is the second in a four-post series on Sustainability-Oriented Innovation (SOI). The first post in the series argued that SOI breaks conventional trade-off thinking . In this second post, we explore different types of SOI and the different ways companies are using it. The series builds on our published work onAccelerating the Theory an...

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Businesses are beginning to see the value of sustainability-oriented innovation (SOI), but are challenged by the persistent belief that SOI always involves performance or profitability tradeoffs. In the first of a four-part series, MIT researchers Jason Jay and Sergio Gonzalez discuss the critical steps to unleashing SOI and look at two innovations a...

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Accelerating the Theory and Practice of Sustainability-Oriented Innovation The purpose of this paper is to provide a broad understanding of the concept and process of sustainability-oriented innovation (SOI). It provides a useful starting point for people aiming to invest human, financial, and other resources in innovations that improve the wor...