MIT Sloan’s John Sterman has pioneered the use of management flight simulators to better understand a range of urgent sustainability issues.
Professor Zeynep Ton researches strategies that successful companies use to produce good jobs, high performance operations, and societal benefits.
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, and philanthropist—is focused on tackling big sustainability challenges, including climate change.
Professor Matthew Amengual examines how to promote economic development in industrializing nations that is both equitable and sustainable.
Peter Senge brings his deep expertise on systems thinking and collaborative leadership to the MIT Sloan sustainability curriculum.
David Keith has developed a management flight simulator focused on alternative fuels in transportation, and researched buyer behavior influencing vehicle purchases
MIT’s Dr. Edgar Blanco studies the environmental impact of transportation logistics and supply chain systems.
Adam Miller—a graduate of MIT Leaders for Global Operations program—helped measure the carbon footprint of General Motors’ logistics network.
MFS Investment Management’s Sean Kenney believes “capital markets hold the key to effecting change in the way corporate sustainability programs are implemented.”
In his path-breaking research, Ross Collins uses the concept of inclusive wealth to evaluate the impact of sustainable development policies.
Kathy Lin’s internship at the Environmental Defense Fund taught her about climate change’s impact on local fishing communities.