Departments, Labs, Centers + Programs
MIT academia, research centers, administrative offices, and initiatives doing work related to climate change.
- Office of Sustainability
- Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
- MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative
- MIT Energy Initiative
- Sloan School of Management’s Sustainability Initiative
Student + Alumni Groups
Groups led by MIT students and alumni focused on climate change and sustainability.
- Undergraduate Association's Committee on Sustainability
- Graduate Student Council's Sustainability Subcommittee
- MIT Climate Action Team
- MIT Divest
To get a snapshot of the climate change, environment & sustainability work happening across the Institute, you can sign up for these newsletters:
- MIT Climate Portal newsletter provides overviews of critical climate change topics directly from MIT experts and a digest of MIT climate research.
- MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative newsletter gives a weekly overview of MIT environmental events and opportunities.
- MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative newsletter covers environmental events, news, and opportunities with a focus on MIT's business school.
- MIT Energy Initiative newsletter features low-carbon energy research, events, and news.
Subjects + Open Learning
- SCALES: resources for infusing sustainability and climate change into lessons
- TILclimate educator guides: teach climate through MIT's climate change podcast
- CATE: an interdisciplinary, standards-aligned climate change curriculum
- MIT Blossoms: math and science video lessons for high school classes
- MIT Sloan: simulation games on energy start-ups, climate policy, and others
- MIT-Lemelson: creative applications of green chemistry in sustainability and bioplastics
- MIT Open Courseware: college-level teaching materials on Energy and Environment
Games & Competitions
- Explore climate solutions through MIT Sloan Sustainability & Climate Interactive simulators and role-playing games
- Enter global challenge competitions hosted by MIT's Solve
- Compete in the world's largest competition for student-led cleantech startups
- Play the environmental policy negotiations game by MIT professor Noelle Selin