MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative

Founding Year: 2011

Staff: 10

Budget: $3~m (2022)

Jason Jay (Director)

A university initiative focused “to provide the best education, apply academic rigor to real-world problems, and empower leaders to act, professionally and personally, so that humans and nature can thrive for generations to come.” As an MIT partnered initiative it offers data and evidence along with tools and education.

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Leadership: Bob Ackerley (Chair) and Jason Jay (Director)
Budget: $3~m (2022)

MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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