MIT Sloan is where world-class faculty, researchers, students, alumni and practitioners from various sectors who are passionate about sustainability gather and challenge the way people think about sustainability. Their ideas and innovations are highlighted in the media, which inspire the community to come together to innovate for a more sustainable world.
Stephanie Speirs named 2015 Echoing Green Fellow and Soros Fellow
Bevi allows office workers to make their own still, sparkling, or flavored drinks.
Teams discuss pros and cons of eliminating all MIT stock holdings in fossil fuels.
Call it the anti-Uber model. Office cleaning startup Managed by Q is taking a different approach to the service economy.
The Financial Times talks to MIT's Jessika Trancik about the low cost of renewable energy
Cambridge nonprofit wants philanthropists to consider venture capital options
When people work an excessive number of hours, they devolve
MIT Innovation Initiative conference explores the state of “social impact investing.”
Roundtable discussion with the directors of sustainability centers and institutes at six top business schools
Scientists say that the US-China climate change agreement will not do much on its own.
“Fishbanks” management flight simulation now available for free on MIT Sloan LearningEdge website in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Simpl
The White House has featured the MIT Climate CoLab as a project consistent with President Obama's Climate Data Initiative
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative & the CDO are thrilled with the high-caliber organizations participating in the 2014 internship program
Gap's implementation of a higher wage is actually a part of their reserve-in-store program. Ton expresses her opinions on this change.
Why he chose MIT Sloan to pursue his interests in sustainability
Building new datacenters is difficult. They are expensive, lengthy, and complex IT projects that have massive up front costs and usually...
A cloud-based tool that makes it easier to “design greener products right, from the start.”
The Hitachi Foundation Good Work Blog provides commentary and insight on business, society, and news of the day.
Derek Oliver, MBA '14, interned at Massachusetts Port Authority this summer to help identify energy efficiency opportunities.
Maria Troein, MBA '15, on why she chose MIT Sloan and her interest to pursue the Sustainability Certificate.
Mayank Agarwal, MBA '14, discusses the Sustainability Certificate, sustainability classes, and internship at MIT Sloan.
Professor Matthew Amengual discusses the garment factory fire that occurred in Bangladesh and their labor conditions.
Jorgen Randers, Professor at the Norwegian Business School, discusses his latest book, 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years.
Marianna Novellino SDM '13: a systems approach to environmental sustainability
Robin Chase, SM ’86, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar speaks at MIT Sloan.
Heerad Sabeti discusses role of the fourth sector in spurring U.S. economic growth.
Former Goldman Sachs Risk Manager talks about the price of climate risk.
Shayna Harris, MIT Sloan MBA 2011, and cocoa sustainability manager for Mars Global Chocolate is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Helping Fisherman Diversify Their Portfolio of “Stocks” – How One Rising MIT Sloan Second Year Spends Her Summer.