Spiritual and sustainable
A Harvard Divinity School conference focused on climate change reduction efforts as moral choices.
From divestment to engagement
Investment experts at Harvard Business School explored alternatives for investors interested in climate change, from divestment to engagement, as ways to change corporate behavior.
From farm to table and everything in between
Individuals and communities can improve the food system, according to members of the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic, which has launched a yearlong, University-wide focus on how to make food distribution more equitable, sustainable, and nutritious. This week kicks off the campaign called Food Better.
Composting program grows in the Yard
To create a more sustainable campus, the College will implement composting in all freshman dormitories.
Taking stock of sustainability efforts
A conference co-hosted by Harvard looked at the future of sustainability efforts at universities and other large institutions.
Breathing easier over electricity
The Environmental Protection Agency’s release of draft regulations that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030 will have a significant impact on human health, Harvard analysts say.
A sustainable 363rd Commencement
Harvard’s efforts in sustainability are reflected during its 363rd Commencement.
Going forward, a look back
The Harvard Campaign, milestones in the arts, and scientific breakthroughs marked 2013-14 at Harvard.
The urban ocean
A new course on how oceans are “urbanizing” underscores a decade-long Harvard theme: that cities have to cope with the multiple challenges of water — of there being too much or too little.
Progress on sustainability
Harvard University has made significant progress in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report released by President Drew Faust, who announced the next steps that the institution will take to meet its goal of cutting emissions 30 percent by 2016.