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.
- News and Media
- Annual Report
- The Aggregate Confusion Project – A research program focused “to improve the quality of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) measurement and decision making.”
- The MIT Climate Pathways Project – A research program whose goal is to use “interactive C-ROADS and En-ROADS simulations to advance the adoption of evidence-based climate policy through top decision-makers.”
Leadership: Bob Ackerley (Chair) and Jason Jay (Director)
Budget: $3~m (2022)