Scroll down the timeline below to see ESI’s past events
April 25, 2017
April 22, 2017
April 20, 2017
ESI welcomed guests for presentation and discussion of interdisciplinary environment and sustainability research conducted by our 2015 Seed Grant Recipients. Topics included metals and mining, sustainable resource policy, healthy cities, and climate risk and mitigation. See the detailed program here.
April 15, 2017
Prof. Steven Barrett of the Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics spoke about his work as director of the Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment. The lab focuses on advancing aircraft technology to reduce its impacts on the environment as well as reshape regulatory and policy framework. Photo: MIT LAE
March 22, 2017
March 8, 2017
Prof. Janelle Knox-Hayes of the Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning shared her new book, The Cultures of Markets: The Political Economy of Climate Governance. The “book explores the establishment of emissions trading as a form of environmental, market-based governance.”
February 15, 2017
Prof. Antoine Allanore from the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering spoke on his new center, Metals & Minerals for the Environment (MME), recently funded through ESI’s 2015 Seed Grant. MME works to link industry with academia to shape a more sustainable future for the metals and minerals industry.
January 27, 2017
October 18, 2016
September 20, 2016
September 8, 2016
June 23, 2016
April 22, 2016
January 29, 2016
The first annual ESI Hackathon for Climate Change was hosted to produce inventive ideas for solutions to pressing environmental issues.
ESI designs events with two parallel goals in mind; first, to expand and energize MIT’s environment and sustainability community, and second, to inspire and connect the community with thought leaders from civil society, business + industry, and innovative research + education.
A monthly lunch seminar engages faculty, post-docs, and graduate students in lively conversations about current environmental research and education at MIT.
Our “People and the Planet” series of invited lectures brings fresh and sometimes provocative points of view into contact with the MIT and Cambridge communities.
And campus wide events such as Hackathons for Climate and annual Earth Day celebrations provide opportunities to get involved, get active, and have fun.