Professor Matthew Amengual examines how to promote economic development in industrializing nations that is both equitable and sustainable.
Ray Wood—Head of Global Power at Bank of America Merrill Lynch—views renewable energy as a “competitive and compelling investment.”
Michael Sonnenfeldt - the entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and now author-is focused on tackling big sustainability challenges, including climate change.
EDF’s Climate Corps places graduate student fellows, including many from MIT, in organizations to help them increase energy efficiency.
Kathy Lin’s internship at the Environmental Defense Fund taught her about climate change’s impact on local fishing communities.
MIT Sloan Action Learning students have worked with EMC Corporation on sustainability-related initiatives that include reducing and reducing reusing the company’s outbound packaging.
A plan for sustainable palm oil is one outcome of Brazilian cosmetics maker Natura’s growing relationship with MIT Sloan’s Sustainability programs.
Phosphate giant OCP works with the full range of MIT Sloan Action Learning programs to advance its sustainability strategy.
Peter Senge brings his deep expertise on systems thinking and collaborative leadership to the MIT Sloan sustainability curriculum.
Next Step Living analyzes home energy efficiency, helping home owners save money with little or no upfront cost.
Lily Russell, on carving out a niche in sustainable supply chains at Deloitte Consulting and how her MIT Sloan MBA got her there.
Brian Toll uses his MIT Sloan education to become an honest broker of home energy efficiency.
Nike has taken a position of leadership and innovation for sustainability. MIT Sloan has been part of that journey.
The Environmental Defense Fund and MIT Sloan work closely on a variety of issues, from climate change to sustainable fisheries.
MIT Sloan’s John Sterman has pioneered the use of management flight simulators to better understand a range of urgent sustainability issues.
Fishbanks is an interactive game that teaches the dynamics of renewable resources by challenging players to build a profitable fishing business.
The Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan helps Drew Morales finds the answer to: If I want to make a career out of sustainability, how do I do it?
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.
As a promising career in the cleantech industry beckons, Molly Bales is expanding her entrepreneurial skillset at MIT Sloan
Shawn Basak decided on MIT Sloan because he “wanted to be at a place where ideas are invented, not just practiced.”
At Cargill, Ed Fish works in the food and agriculture industry.
Tim Greiner helps companies like Walmart, The North Face, Ben & Jerry’s, and Radio Flyer deepen their corporate responsibility efforts.
After starting her career in the non-profit sector, Shayna Harris used her MIT Sloan degree to transition to a corporate sustainability role at Mars Global Chocolate.
Alice Hartley, Manager of Sustainable Innovation at Gap, explains how her team is an incubator within the larger company.
MFS Investment Management’s Sean Kenney believes “capital markets hold the key to effecting change in the way corporate sustainability programs are implemented.”
Patrick O’Brien, former pilot in the U.S. Navy, calls MIT Sloan’s Sustainability Certificate “a powerful symbol of what this school cares about.”
A former investment banking associate, Sandhya Murali is getting hands-on experience working with companies and international organizations at MIT Sloan
Sloan Fellow Bella Tonkonogy believes that “effective leadership in sustainability requires collaboration between business, government, and non-profits.”
In his path-breaking research, Ross Collins uses the concept of inclusive wealth to evaluate the impact of sustainable development policies.
MIT Sloan’s emphasis on hands-on learning helps Carolyn Mansfield DuPont clarify her career priorities.
Sarah Nolet helped Frontier Co-op—the Iowa-based wholesaler of natural and organic products—strengthen how it analyzes data on resource consumption.
Omar Mitchell parlayed a summer internship with the NHL into a fulltime job as the league’s first-ever Director of Sustainability.
As CEO of 1% For the Planet, Kate Williams uses her MIT Sloan training to accelerate smart environmental giving through a global network of companies, individuals, and nonprofits.