Some Harvard professors and researchers say they are worried about how Donald Trump’s presidency could affect federal funding for scientific research.
Experts discussed conservation strategies that can both protect biodiversity and encourage economic development at a panel Thursday evening.
Reduced rainfall in Massachusetts and parts of the Northeast since May has pushed Cambridge’s local reservoirs to their lowest volume in at least 10 years, driving the city to purchase millions of dollars of water.
During the conversation at the Law School, Mary T.W. Robinson emphasized the need for international policies promoting sustainability.
The core idea of the Living Laboratory initiative, which will be housed in the Office for Sustainability, is to use the Harvard campus as a test bed for new ideas related to combating climate change and improving public health.
The upcoming film was screened in Somerville Theater for those with a Harvard ID and a guest. A panel offered insights into the 2010 BP oil spill and the extensive aftermath.
More than a century old, the Harvard Forest still bears traces of its past—stone fences, ancient oaks. Yet changes have come, too, subtle but significant.
Four female leaders in the environmental movement shared their respective stories in combatting climate change on Tuesday at the Kennedy School.
Several Harvard students and professors co-signed a letter calling for the president of the American Geophysical Union to end all union sponsorship ties with ExxonMobil, joining more than 100 members of the organization and other geoscientists.
The Harvard College Democrats hosted a panel on recent political developments regarding climate change and environmental justice on Tuesday evening. The panel featured Madeline Page, the Global Warming Outreach Director for Environment America, Professor Jim McCarthy, former President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Professor Michael McElroy, Founding Chair of Harvard’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and was moderated by Lexi Smith ‘18.