Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future
In what is considered to be the first agreement of its kind, MIT, Harvard University and the City of Cambridge developed a compact to work collaboratively to address issues related to sustainability and climate change on a local basis. The “Cambridge Compact for a Sustainable Future” lays out a framework for signatories to work in a more coordinated and robust fashion to tackle local sustainability challenges. Open to eligible organizations and individuals, the Compact aims to leverage the different organizations’ core skills and competencies in research, best practices and governance to generate new solutions in the areas of building energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, climate mitigation and adaptation, waste reduction, water management, renewable energy, urban natural resource management, and green tech incubation.
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Thank you for your interest in the Cambridge Compact. There are two opportunities to join the Compact. The first is to participate as a Signatory Member, which is for organizations that meet the following criteria: are either a business, non-profit institution, or government agency; have a physical presence in Cambridge; are responsible for operational control of building, waste, or transportation systems; and have demonstrated leadership in advancing sustainable practices.

For consideration to join the Compact as a Signatory Member, please select "Signatory Member" and continue to complete the questions.

If you are an individual or organization that does not meet the criteria to be a Signatory Member, please consider being a Compact Resource to share your expertise with the Compact via participation in Compact working groups and projects. For consideration as a Compact Resource, please select "Compact Resource" below and continue to complete the questions.

The Steering Committee will then review your submission and a member will contact you shortly. Thank you!

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