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ESI faculty director John Fernández addresses the ongoing effort at MIT to adopt a set of principles of free expression.
On February 24, ESI Director John E. Fernández participated in the first White House-level convening on the topic of “climate delayism” as part of a group consisting of climate experts and scholars of climate denial and misinformation.
It is critically important not to mince words about what has been happening these past four years.
As we look to the next few months and years, the passing of 2020 marks the beginning of the need for rapid annual and decadal global greenhouse gas emissions reductions.
ESI Director John E. Fernández on the 2020 election, the climate crisis, justice and democracy.
ESI Director John E. Fernández welcomes MLK Visiting Scholar Luis G. Murillo-Urrutia and introduces ESI's Principles of Conduct and Engagement.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, ESI Director John Fernandez addresses public trust in science and how deep and active engagement with scientific knowledge can save us from our intertwined crises.
John Fernández ushers in the new academic year by urging a stronger focus on climate change and the value of a deliberate education in ethics - for students and the Institute alike.
John Fernández welcomes the new class of MIT undergraduates and provides updates on ESI's seed grants program and Environment & Sustainability Minor.
John Fernández addresses a period of transition for ESI, with new hires and new program areas.
John Fernández introduces four new program areas for concerted ESI research efforts.
John Fernández shares the long view of ESI's international partnerships.