MIT Sloan is committed to developing principled leaders educated in and dedicated to sustainable business practices. We take a multidisciplinary approach to sustainability research, exploring societal and economic issues in addition to environmental concerns. Pairing MIT Sloan research with the Institute’s scientific expertise enables us to discover ways to build a sustainable future with a robust economy. MIT Sloan boasts a diverse range of sustainability-related centers, faculty research, and initiatives such as the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative, PROMISE/Aggregate Confusion, and the MIT Climate Pathways Project.
The Clean Investment Monitor database, a new collaboration between MIT CEEPR and the Rhodium Group, shows $213 billion in clean technology and infrastructure investments in the last year.
The founders of MIT spinout Active Surfaces describe their thin-film solar technology and their experience winning this year’s $100K.
Visolis, founded by Deepak Dugar, SM ’11, MBA ’13, PhD ’13, is working to decarbonize the production of everything from rubber to jet fuel.
The 2023 MIT Sustainability Summit aims to demystify carbon markets on Friday, April 28, at the Samberg Conference Center.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative Director Jason Jay, PhD ’10, helps organizations decide on and implement their sustainability goals