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MIT Sustainability Summit: From the Ground Up

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The 2022 MIT Sustainability Summit team is proud to present... From the Ground Up

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The MIT Sustainability Summit will explore a variety of topics around environmental justice and grassroots action around sustainability. We look forward to bringing grassroots voices to the forefront, and engaging in an all-day celebration on February 25th, 2022.

The 2022 MIT Sustainability Summit will be held online.

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The MIT Sustainability Summit is an annual event that has grown to include hundreds of attendees ranging from professionals, academics and students. Past Summits have featured discussions with thought leaders and expert practitioners like Jeremy Grantham (GMO), Jim Hanna (Starbucks), Mindy Lubber (Ceres), Nancy Gillis (GSA), Jeffrey Hollender (Seventh Generation), Scot Horst (USGBC), James Balog (Chasing Ice), Rick Ridgeway (VP Patagonia) and many more.

As one of the world’s preeminent research universities, MIT and its five schools—science, engineering, architecture and planning, humanities and social science, and management—are in a unique position to bring business and societal leaders together with academic researchers and students to address challenges in sustainability.

MIT Land Acknowledgement

MIT acknowledges Indigenous Peoples as the traditional stewards of the land, and the enduring relationship that exists between them and their traditional territories. The land on which we sit is the traditional unceded territory of the Wampanoag Nation. We acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced occupation of their territory, and we honor and respect the many diverse indigenous people connected to this land on which we gather from time immemorial

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