MITASC member Jennifer Fox looks to cities in Spain and Denmark for inspiration as she considers a more pedestrian- and family-friendly Boston.
MITASC member Lucy Milde reports from her summer work project in Copenhagen about the new public spaces opened up by clean water and a commitment to engineering the city for everyone.
Researching the history of infrastructure projects in her native Hawai'i, MITASC member Aja Grande uncovers some surprising realizations about her relationship to the land where she was born and raised.
MITASC member Natalie Northrup shares how her work in environmental remediation has changed her thinking about environmental sustainability, and how it relates to issues of inequality and access.
MITASC member Tessa Weiss weighs the sustainability impact of different types of jobs in different types of companies.
MITASC member Océane Boulais reflects on her first experience prepping for field work from her background as an electrical engineer.
MITASC member Donald Liu reflects on choosing a sustainability project that pushed against both his preconceptions about how to use his electrical engineering major, and his personal distaste for insects - and how much he benefited from that decision.
In a video reflection, MITASC member Katharina Kramer explains the many challenges of getting an environmental AI idea off the ground.
MITASC member Jack Reid, who worked on satellite monitoring of mangrove forests in Brazil, explains his work and shares what surprised him about environmental protection in Rio.
MITASC member Stacy Godfreey-Igwe considers the environmental cost of single-use plastic, and the surprising household objects it winds up in.
MITASC member Julia Field shares her research on a novel form of clean public transit in Mexico: the gondola.
MITASC member Jenna Melanson is spending the summer researching new algal biofuels in Colorado—and thinking about her own environmental footprint in the lab.