Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership
Can genetic engineering save disappearing forests?
Fellow Jason Delborne wrote an opinion piece based on his work examining the potential use of biotechnology to mitigate threats to forest tree health.
We are selecting our 2019 Fellows now. Stay tuned!
Janelle Heslop is no shrinking violet. She found a voice for herself and the environment when she was in middle school, volunteering as a junior docent for the Hudson River Museum.
Today, Heslop is honing her passion into skills in business and engineering through her second and final year of MIT’s Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) program. The program provides two degrees: an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and an SM from the School of Engineering, giving Heslop the foundation to pursue her dream of transforming businesses around their environmental impact. “You can make fun and interesting products that also take good care of our natural resources,” she says.
The National Adaptation Forum is the gathering of the adaptation minded. Since the Forum is created by and for the members of the adaptation community, the meeting focuses on issues of the day - established and emerging.
NOTE: If you are attending (or wish you could have attended!) this event, please sign up for our follow-up call with Lara Hansen in May.