e4Dev Featured in World Bank Publication

In 2013, with the support of the MIT Energy Initiative, DUSP students Yael Borofsky and Sarah Dimson launched "Energy for Human Development" (e4Dev), a platform for students, faculty, and practitioners to collaborate across disciplines around energy and human development issues in developing countries. In a recent issue of The World Bank's IFC Handshake, the two explain their ideas about the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and the real-world implications of that work.  To read the article, see "Collaborating for Change."  To learn more about this student-led effort, see this DUSP News story.