This is my final column as Chair of the Faculty. It is uncharacteristically short in hopes of communicating an unambiguous and urgent message: we can no longer engage in business as usual at MIT. Time is running out. MIT, the United States, and the world face an existential threat unprecedented in human history. Read More . . .
In laying out a path forward that reflects both the urgency of the crisis as well as a profound understanding of social change, she has offered us an antidote to the despair that so often characterizes our responses to the climate emergency. Margaret’s vision will inspire thoughtful, powerful action in our communities- our best hope in restoring a safe climate and averting a dark future. This is one of the most hopeful documents I’ve read in recent years. –Jamila Raqib, Director of the Albert Einstein Institute and Strategic Non Violence Expert
Only time all the experts (NOAA, USFWS, University of WA – Tacoma,
Colorado School of Mines, King County & City of Seattle) will be at a
showing for a Q &A. Also, after event planned to mingle with the
On April 10, Chicago became the largest city in the US to commit to 100% clean energy. A resolution passed unanimously by the city council will enable the metropolis of 2.7 million to power all of its buildings with clean, renewable energy by 2035.