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October 21st, 2014
The MIT CityFARM team is going to radically change food systems by helping you grow your food right in the city.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
October 17th, 2014
Novozymes work to drive industry towards sustainability recognized by Climate Performance Leadership Index.
October 16th, 2014
Sustainable Brands recently announced its 2015 global events calendar. Speaking nominations are now open and community engagement opportunities are now available.
Sustainable Brands
October 14th, 2014
More Than Three Million Trees Planted Across 47 Countries to Support Global Environmental Sustainability
October 9th, 2014
SB’14 London, November 3-5, includes Heineken, B&Q, Desso, Barclays, BASF, Marks & Spencer among others
Sustainable Brands
September 25th, 2014
New research and initiatives from BASF, National Geographic, GlobeScan and TripAdvisor launch at New Metrics ’14
Sustainable Brands
September 18th, 2014
There are more women than ever before entering the ranks of MIT Sloan School of Management. Some of them hope to reshape gender lines far beyond their Cambridge campus.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
September 18th, 2014
Noelle Selin, Professor of engineering systems and atmospheric chemistry at MIT, and colleagues compared the health benefits to the economic costs of three climate policies: a clean-energy standard, a transportation policy, and a cap-and-trade program. They found that savings from health benefits dwarf the estimated $14 billion cost of a cap-and-trade program.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
September 17th, 2014
Ambri, a company started in an MIT laboratory with Professor Donald Sadoway and David Bradwell MNG '06 PhD '11, is creating a simply designed, low-cost, liquid metal battery. After almost 10 years of research, Sadoway and Bradwell have a prototype to test. If it works, it will revolutionize the way the entire electric grid infrastructure works.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative
September 16th, 2014
Sports radio isn’t a typical venue for impassioned debate on work-family issues and employment policy. But recently when Daniel Murphy took three days off from his job as second baseman for the New York Mets to be with his wife as she delivered their newborn son, it became just that. Two WFAN broadcasters — Mike Francesa and Boomer Esiason — took to the airwaves to rebuke Murphy’s absence.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative

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