For People and Planet
If our ultimate goal is to protect and restore the stability, integrity, and health of our planet so that humans and nature can thrive for generations to come, we must use the power we have as big thinkers to help leaders make informed decisions that improve lives—for everyone, everywhere.
How do we define Sustainability?
Sustainability is not just about the environment. Our systems are interconnected, which is why we believe a sustainable planet is also a just planet. One that takes into account our environment in addition to socio-economic and personal well-being, equity, and political activity and engagement.
Sustainability is about people, and the world we want for ourselves and future generations.
Our esteemed Advisory Board provides guidance on matters of strategy, fundraising, and execution.
The Sustainability Initiative stands with the comprehensive actions MIT is taking on diversity, equity, and inclusion. We see our contributions in four phases, outlined in our action plan.
A history of leadership, a community of action. MIT Sloan has been a leader in sustainability for decades.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
Explore Annual Reports from years past to see how we are empowering leaders everywhere to take action.Read More
The MIT Sustainability Summit will explore a variety of topics around environmental justice and grassroots action around sustainability. Plan for an all-day celebration, in person and online, on Feb. 25.
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