View the research project on circular supply chains, here, and if you’re interested in getting involved, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. “Waste is just excess material in the wrong person’s hands.” Inspiration from our event yesterday...
August 27, 2015 The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed legislation that would remove state-level authority to require companies to show when a food product contains genetically-modified organisms, or GMOs. Officially called the Safe and Accurate...
April 29, 2015 The roster of food companies that want to eliminate palm oil from their products is getting longer. But actually reaching that goal will require an enormous effort across their supply chains. “Once a company goes into the palm oil supply chain, it gets...
Does your organization have defined #Sustainability goals? We're asking for 10 minutes of your time for our anonymous survey. EVERYONE is encouraged to participate, regardless of industry, position, or training. @DrBronner @cscmp @hickmana #Survey #MIT
NEW #LiveEvent - A Conversation with the MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab: Emergency Supply Chain Planning and Response during an age of COVID. Register below. @hickmana @goentzel @vaps0tr
Join Dr. Alexis Bateman for a live Q&A session on the first annual 2020 State of Supply Chain Sustainability Report
on September 21st @ 12pm ET. Learn more and register @ https://www.linkedin.com/events/mitctlstateofsupplychainsustainability/
Save the date for 10/20 for MIT's next (virtual) Climate Action Symposium: The Role of Research Universities and MIT’s Climate Initiatives featuring @SustainableMIT's Dr. Julie Newman https://bit.ly/2ZBcm7q
“While #flightshame was a rallying cry in 2019, could #freightshame become a prominent hashtag in the e-commerce frenzy of 2020?” — check out Suzanne's new blog post about her new report with @smartfreightctr and @CDP.