The Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan is built on the promise of a new future. We believe that environmental, societal, economic, business, and personal wellbeing are parts of an interconnected whole. The strains we face in each of these domains demand that we think differently and invent new ways of living and working. We are committed to creating a new vision for progress and prosperity and a world that will flourish and thrive for generations. We empower students, faculty, researchers, and business leaders to join together in this endeavor.
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We create connections between students, faculty, industry, government, NGOs, and hybrid organizations, empowering them to work together.
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Get connected with the professors and researchers who are breaking new ground in sustainability thinking and practice.
Samantha Joseph is director of corporate responsibility and sustainability at Iron Mountain, a data and records management company.
Half a century after Silent Spring, the environmental movement risks stalling out. MIT Sloan’s Jason Jay calls for a new approach.
A new incubator, Tumml, focuses on an area that has not been as much of a focus for startups: urban problems.
The award was presented in July at the 2013 annual International Conference of the System Dynamics Society here in Cambridge.