Harvard is engaging its researchers and industry climate leaders to identify and invest in projects, according to the Harvard Presidential Committee on Sustainability.
James H. Stock, a Harvard professor and economist known for his expertise on energy and environmental policy, has been named the University’s inaugural vice provost for climate and sustainability.
New lab complex will help Harvard progress toward its Sustainability Plan and achieve its goals to be fossil fuel-neutral by 2026 and fossil fuel-free by 2050.
Harvard scientists are teaming up with sustainability officers and landscaping experts to test a new fertilizer that won’t wash into water supplies.
Harvard received an award at the Climate Leadership Conference in Baltimore, recognizing its commitment to the environment.
Five undergraduate women from Harvard College talk about how they spent the summer researching climate and ecological stresses.
Five grants from the Harvard Campus Sustainability Innovation Fund were awarded for student research projects.