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The ESI Climate Justice Instructional Toolkit is a collection of resources for students and educators that gets climate conversations rolling in bite-sized, easily adaptable modules.
ESI Education Program Manager Sarah Meyers and Sustainability Education Postdoc Liz Potter-Nelson join MIT OpenCourseWare's Chalk Radio podcast.
Azania, a master's student in the MIT Department of Architecture, reflects on her field experience in the ESI-created course Biodiversity and Cities: A Perspective in Colombian Cities.
The Environmental Solutions Initiative has partnered with SubjectToClimate to introduce a help desk for educators called “ClimateSocrates.”
ESI and our colleagues across MIT are building a collection of freely available, open resources to both learn and teach about climate change, from many angles and in many fields of knowledge.
An introduction to our new Postdoctoral Associate in Environmental and Sustainability Education, and the projects he will undertake with the MIT undergraduate curriculum.
Jimena Muzio, MCP ’23, and Daniela Castillo, MCP ’23, will join the ESI as Biodiversity and Cities Summer Fellows.
Eli Brooks 22' shares his academic journey through the E&S Minor.
Sylvia Scharf, ESI's Climate Education Specialist, shares her experiences and thoughts on environmental education in our latest "Three Questions" feature.
MIT offers over 120 undergraduate classes related to sustainability, a sign of growing student and faculty interest in the environmental impacts of their fields.
As MIT reveals its new Plan for Action on Climate Change, the time is right for us to take stock of what we have accomplished on this greatest of all environmental and social challenges, and how we have positioned ourselves to do more.
With the ESI Rapid Response Group, rising senior Kiara Wahnschafft has used MIT climate research to write briefs for Massachusetts and federal policymakers.