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MIT LGO announces new industry partnership with NextEra Energy

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The MIT LGO program announced today that NextEra Energy. Inc. (NYSE: NEE) has become the newest member of its industry partnerships.

Jun 9, 2021
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Finding positive impact and returns in clean energy

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At Generate Capital, Yancan “Lydia” Li proves the potential of impact investing through successful projects and real metrics.

Jun 9, 2021
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How the new U.S. energy justice leader develops ideas

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Shalanda Baker is making equity central to the transition away from fossil fuels.

May 12, 2021
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Ideas Made to Matter Behavioral Economics

Podcast: Why we aren’t at ‘peak car’ yet

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Two MIT researchers discuss what it will take for alternative transportation to supplant car ownership.

Mar 22, 2021
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MIT LGO announces new industry partnership with Rivian

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Rivian—an independent, American electric vehicle maker and automotive technology company focused on sustainable transportation—is the newest member of LGO's industry partnerships.

Feb 22, 2021
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Ideas Made to Matter Public Policy

Energy justice is a rising priority for policymakers

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Communities of color bear the brunt of energy-related social, economic, and health burdens. Shalanda Baker explains how energy justice can help.

Jan 27, 2021
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Ideas Made to Matter Sustainability

The future of meat

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Labor, health, and environmental concerns threaten the might of meat. But alternative foods face major challenges.

Dec 22, 2020
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Ideas Made to Matter Design

2020, illustrated

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Six illustrations we loved this year.

Dec 7, 2020
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In Bloomberg’s ESG scores, ideas from across industries

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Lenora Suki turns to impact-oriented, sustainable investors for inspiration, feedback, and collaboration.

Dec 7, 2020
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Ideas Made to Matter Coronavirus

Car access tripled in value during early COVID-19

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Car owners, on average, would want $3,300 to give up ownership and use of their vehicle for a month during the pandemic.

Dec 1, 2020
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