April 22, 2020 at 2:00PM
- April 22, 2020 at 3:00PM
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Join us on the 50th Earth Day to explore what the path forward may look like to the 2050 Climate Goals and a more sustainable future in the face of radical change. The session will explore ecological, political, technological, and industrial perspectives on the intersections of sustainability, climate change, and innovation, what this means now and for the future. 

In a time of great uncertainty, this session convenes experts from across MIT to discuss current realities and the path forward from 2020 to 2050. Collectively, panelists will provide an understanding of the status of key issues areas and what public and private organizations, as well as private citizens, can continue to do to drive towards a more sustainable future. 

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Hosted by MIT Sustainable Supply Chains @ CTL #MITEarthDay50

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Teaser: Panelist Dr. Julie Newman, MIT Office of Sustainability:

Teaser: Panelist Professor John Fernández, Director, MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative:

Panelist Professor Chris Knittel, MIT Sloan School of Management

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