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Morgan Stanley Sustainable Solutions Collaborative

By supporting innovators of transformative solutions, the Sustainable Solutions Collaborative aims to address the most complex global sustainability issues, such as climate change, social justice and plastic waste.



The world’s most complex sustainability challenges require systems-level solutions. That’s why the Morgan Stanley Sustainable Solutions Collaborative identifies and aims to scale breakthrough innovations that can benefit from partnerships across private and public industries and disciplines.

About the Sustainable Solutions Collaborative

Awards

Every year, five winners chosen for the Sustainable Solutions Collaborative cohort will each receive $250,000 to develop breakthrough concepts focused on systemic solutions for global challenges.

Collaboration

Recipients will participate in a year-long collaboration with the Institute for Sustainable Investing, tapping into the full range of the firm’s experience, networks and resources to help them achieve scale and impact.

Network

Long-term, members of the Collaborative will belong to a growing network of Morgan Stanley leaders and partner organizations that facilitate cross-sector collaboration on the most pressing sustainability issues.

2022 Sustainable Solutions Collaborative Winners

Five innovative and systemic sustainability concepts that re-imagine everything from concrete to oceans and schools compose the 2022 cohort of the Sustainable Solutions Collaborative. To choose the Collaborative’s second cohort, the Institute fielded nominations for breakthrough innovations by for-profit and nonprofit organizations from a broad network of sustainability thought leaders and practitioners.

The 2022 cohort is CarbonBuilt, ISeeChange, Notpla, OceanMind and Teesas. Read more about each of the 2022 recipients here.

2021 Winners

The Collaborative's first cohort includes five teams from across the globe: mPharma, The Soil Inventory Project (formerly MySOC), Siklus, SunCulture and TreesAI. Read more about each of the 2021 recipients here.