Natasha S. Whitney
The Leadership Campaign, organized by the statewide organization Students for a Just and Stable Future, is calling for 100 percent clean energy in Massachusetts by 2020.
The Cambridge Climate Congress passed three proposals Saturday with recommendations addressing environmental challenges.
Scores of sleeping protesters—including several Harvard students—were roused from their tents in Boston Common by police yesterday morning.
Adorned in a full-length clerical robe with a Bible in hand, Reverend Robert J. Mark, a McDonald Fellow at Memorial ...
Former Vice President Al Gore ’69 spoke to a packed audience about his latest book “Our Choice: A Plan To ...
Harvard inked a deal yesterday to purchase 10 percent of annual electricity consumed on its Cambridge and Allston campuses from a leading wind provider in New England.
As part of International Day of Climate Action, members of the Harvard community rallied this weekend to draw attention to ...
President Barack Obama called forincreased use of renewable energy andlevied criticisms against opponents ofthe energy and climate bill now makingits ...
As an unusually early first snow fell on Harvard grounds yesterday afternoon, activist William E. McKibben ’82 spoke to an audience of over 150 people in Memorial Church, requesting their help in drawing attention to the drastic effects of climate change.
Nobel Prize-winning biologist James D. Watson and Pulitzer Prize-winning Biology Professor Edward O. Wilson spoke in front of a nearly
Representatives from a Boston environmental group burst onstage and briefly commandeered a talk given on campus by a coal company
The “Green is the New Crimson” banners festooned on buildings at Harvard Medical School are visible signs of Harvard’s commitment
Harvard will maintain its investments in environmental initiatives despite the tightening University budget, Harvard administrators announced at an event in
Environmental activist William E. McKibben ’82 implored Harvard affiliates this week to recognize the imminent dangers of climate change and
Students who walked by the Science Center last Friday were greeted by a giant heap of trash. Mt. Trashmore, an