December 12, 2017
Together in Climate Action

MIT convened 200 researchers, policymakers and civic leaders for a conference titled Together in Climate Action: Northeastern North America Policy Summit.


November 21, 2017
Institute on track to meet climate action goals

Two years after committing to a less carbon-intensive campus, MIT has plans in place to meet campus greenhouse gas reduction goals by 2030.


November 5, 2017
Artificial intelligence aids materials fabrication

ESI Seed Grant recipient Elsa Olivetti is using AI to deduce new, more sustainable "recipes" for materials.


October 27, 2017
How cities can fight climate change most effectively

ESI curriculum grant winner David Hsu studies the most efficient paths for cities to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.


September 27, 2017
Johan Rockström on preserving Earth’s resilience

Johan Rockström joined ESI for a People & the Planet lecture on "a framework for preserving Earth's resilience."


August 17, 2017
For food-waste recycling, policy is key

ESI seed grant recipients Lily Baum Pollans and Eran Ben-Joseph published a study on food scrap recycling programs in the U.S.


August 14, 2017
Envisioning the future of metal and mineral production

MIT researchers team up with leaders from the metals and minerals industry to envision a more sustainable future.


August 1, 2017
A tax plan to stop climate change

MIT News covers ESI's Spring 2017 People and the Planet lecture series talk by Bob Inglis and his tax plan to stop climate change.


June 12, 2017
Peatlands, already dwindling, could face further losses

ESI seed grant recipient Charles Harvey has been studying one of the world's last undisturbed tropical peat forests on the island of Borneo.

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