June 11, 2018 at Novartis Auditorium
The Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future and Compact member Novartis invite you to a screening of Tidewater. Tidewater explores the challenge of sea level rise in the Tidewater region of Virginia and North Carolina, encompassing Hampton Roads, arguably the region whose vulnerability most affects our overall national security.
May 2, 2017
Cambridge, MA – The Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future recently organized an educational workshop on strategies to achieve cost savings through energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy in multi-family buildings.
October 14, 2016
Cambridge, MA – Members of the Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future recently approved the adoption of the Compact’s new strategic plan, concluding an eight-month strategic planning process.
June 14-15, 2016
In June we traveled to Austin, Texas for our Envision America 2016 midyear check-in!
Coming off its exciting “start-up” phase, the Compact is now well positioned to dig deep into the critical sustainability challenges in Cambridge to help find solutions that are smart and scalable.
December 4, 2015
Charlotte, North Carolina, Dec. 3, 2015 — Envision America, a smart cities initiative that was announced at the White House this fall, is proud to select 10 U.S. cities to participate in 2016.
July 15, 2015
When the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts, releases the results of its first climate change vulnerability assessment, expected this summer, the report and technical resources will show that the MIT and Cambridge community can expect a hotter, more flood-prone future.
MIT, Harvard sign climate change compact with Cambridge, Cambridge Chronicle
May 16, 2013
In a first-of-its-kind endeavor, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the city of Cambridge signed an agreement May 6 to collectively tackle climate change.
May 6, 2013
In what is considered to be the first agreement of its kind, MIT, Harvard University and the City of Cambridge have entered into a compact to work collaboratively to address issues related to climate change on a local basis.
Cambridge, Harvard, and MIT sign compact, Harvard Gazette
May 6, 2013
Flooding caused by extreme weather events and rising sea levels has brought the impacts of climate change into stark relief, especially for low-lying neighborhoods along the Charles River and Boston Harbor.
Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future, Press Release
Cambridge, MA – The City of Cambridge, Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology today signed a historic “Community Compact for a Sustainable Future” aimed at leveraging the intellectual and entrepreneurial capacity of the business, non-profit, education, and municipal sectors in Cambridge to contribute to a healthy, livable and sustainable future.