A ‘mutually beneficial’ partnership: the Sustainability Internship Program builds students’ skillsets and enables companies to strategically invest in sustainability
Climate Interactive: Advancing MIT’s global change modeling legacy
MIT Sloan alumnus David Auerbach’s Sanergy turns waste into fertilizer in Kenya.
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)
The students of schools and universities in Abu Dhabi, UAE, want to work with the world leaders at COP21 to find a solution to the problem of Climate Change. They are educated and innovative young minds, encouraged by various initiatives of the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi over the past 17 years. This video shows the journey of the Environment Agency’s multi-pronged educational efforts and the results it has yielded in changing mindsets and bringing about a real impact.
About the Speakers:
Moderator: Kenneth Oye holds a joint appointment at MIT in Political Science and Engineering Systems, with research and teaching on international relations, political economy and technology policy.
Valerie Karplus is the Class of 1943 Career Development Professor and an Assistant Professor of Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Noelle Selin is the Esther and Harold E. Edgerton Career Development Associate Professor in the MIT Institute for Data, Systems and Society and the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.
John Sterman is the Jay W. Forrester Professor in Computer Science, a Professor of System Dynamics and Engineering Systems,and the director of the System Dynamics Group at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Is the COP 21 climate deal one which will help save the world? Or is it just a lot of hot air? Sloan School Of Management Professor John Sterman and UMass McCormack School Of Policy and Global Studies Dean David Cash, both just back from Paris, debate.
Jason Jay’s presentation at the MIT Sloan 2015 Reunion
From the MIT Climate CoLab conference 2014, Crowds & Climate: From Ideas to Action, held November 6-7, 2014, at the MIT campus.
WGBH Innovation IdeaLab 2013. Prof. Thomas Malone speaks about the MIT Climate CoLab: crowdsourcing solutions to climate change. Climate CoLab is a project of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence
Learn more: www.climatecolab.org
Carter Williams, Managing Director, OI Ventures
MIT Sloan Professional Seminar in Sustainability
October 4, 2011
John Sterman, Jay W. Forrester Professor of Management , MIT Sloan School of Management
MIT SDM Conference
October 21, 2010
New research from MIT Sloan’s Valerie Karlus examines industrial energy conservation programs in China; the cornerstone of China’s energy and environmental management efforts. This research assesses how compliance systems develop and perform in developing countries where regulators have limited prior experience and resources to support ev...
MIT cost-carbon-climate analysis of U.S. car market
The first assessment of China’s wind energy potential and its regional distribution that incorporates an operational model of the grid and undertakes systematic exploration of key uncertainties.
The United States consumes more petroleum-based liquid fuel per capita than any other developed country - 30 percent more than the second-highest consumer (Canada) and 40 percent more than the third-highest consumer (Luxembourg). The majority of U.S. oil consumption — 70 percent — goes into the transportation sector.
In recent years, China׳s leaders have sought to coordinate official energy intensity reduction targets with new targets for carbon dioxide (CO2) intensity reduction. The Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2006–2010) included for the first time a binding target for energy intensity, while a binding target for CO2 intensity was included later ...
Using Monte Carlo Simulation, multiple scenarios of supply chain configurations, consumer transportation choices, urban density, packaging and item bundling are evaluated. Results show that online shopping is the most environmentally friendly option in a wide range of scenarios. However, as more consumers leverage traditional bri...