The ESI Rapid Response Group is investigating how university endowments can and should approach climate issues.
It is critically important not to mince words about what has been happening these past four years.
Rebecca Grekin '19 struggled to find job opportunities that matched her passion for sustainability—so she worked to give future MIT students easier access to environmental career paths.
A new online tool lets students track key metrics on employers’ carbon footprints and encourages more engagement on sustainability issues.
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.
Tessa Weiss '20 came to MIT expecting to work in clean energy, but her engagement with climate issues pushed her in a new direction.
MIT and ESI announced a dramatic overhaul of the MIT Climate Portal, including new features that provide the public with the best information on climate change direct from scientists and experts.
ESI Director John E. Fernández on the 2020 election, the climate crisis, justice and democracy.
The winners of an ESI-sponsored competition to design a future, climate-ready Boston have landed an award to realize their vision.
This summer, the newly-formed ESI Rapid Response Group produced state of the art synopses, fact sheets, talking points, research agendas, Op-Eds, panel discussions, information pieces and more.
Members of Wyoming’s government and public university met with MIT researchers to discuss climate-friendly economic growth.
Gabriela Cazares '20 is a chemistry major who found the intersections between her chosen field and her interest in the environment, but needed a helping hand to break into the research she was passionate about.