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Muzio brings a range of experiences — from working in Argentina’s non-profit and government sectors to serving as a research assistant at the MIT Center for Real Estate — to her position as a research associate at the ESI.
At a Climate Art Night, researchers of the ESI’s Climate Machine sought to examine people's relationship with and attitudes towards the environment, and determine how those results could be used to inform design for pro-environmental behaviors.
At the Packaging Recycling Summit, MIT’s Alexis Hocken shared an innovative cyclone-like screening process that would allow for small-format plastics to be recycled.
By incorporating climate into the traditional Energy Night, researchers like the ESI's Rob Fetell were able to present their environmentally-focused findings.
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.
The ESI's Rapid Response Group (RRG) students presented their summer research projects that tackled urgent environmental issues facing the world today.
From September 17-24, four members of the ESI — Marcela Angel, Angelica Mayolo, Jimena Muzio, and John E. Fernandez — attended Climate Week NYC.
Fetell is a PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT working to develop early warning systems for disasters in frontline communities.
ESI faculty director John Fernández reflects on his trip to Ecuador for the Concordia Amazonias Summit.
A research-oriented class, taught by MIT professors and ESI staff in partnership with Colombia’s Amazonian Research Institute SINCHI, centered on improving biodiversity management through urban development strategies for cities participating in Colombia’s Bio-diverse and Resilient Cities Program.
From June through August, five RRG students investigated urgent issues around the lower Snake River dams, Pacific salmon and orca recovery, and tribal sovereignty.
The MIT Climate Machine and a research group of five undergraduate students deployed an innovative climate engagement program during Group Therapy Weekender, the electronic music festival at the Gorge Amphitheater in Washington state.