30 Oct
11:30 am–1:30 pm

Here's a great way to clear out gently used and/or unneeded items in your office and home. Bring them to the HKS Fall FreeCycle and let someone else find treasure in what you no longer need! Office supplies, house wares, seasonal clothes, personal items, books, CDs, DVDs, etc. all welcome. Drop off...

30 Oct
12–2 pm

Join the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Green Program for the Fall 2014 Lab Freecycle . Donate or find office supplies, small benchtop appliances and equipment, and more. All FREE! Donations will be accepted from 9 am-12 pm on the day of in the courtyard, or may be dropped off ahead of time in the...

30 Oct
6–9 pm

Contact: sdowner@law.harvard.edu Hosted by the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation Join us for the 2nd Annual Food is Medicine Symposium! For critically and chronically ill people, food is medicine. The provision of nutritious, healthy food is crucial part of outcome-driven, cost-effective...

5 Nov
3:30–5 pm

How can investors help shape an effective response to the challenge of climate change? Some have argued that one potentially powerful lever is for institutions such as Harvard to divest from fossil fuel companies, while others have argued that a policy of direct engagement is likely to be more...

6 Nov
5–7 pm

"Catastrophic Risks: The Downsides of Advancing Technology" with Martin Rees, Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge University; Astronomer Royal; President, Royal Society (2005-2010). With Panelists: Sven Beckert, Laird Bell Professor of History; George Daley, Children’s Hospital Boston/Harvard...

7 Nov
7:30 am

The Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities was established to push the boundaries of architectural research, focusing on the most fundamental problems with buildings and cities. This conference is the first of an annual series that convenes visionaries from diverse disciplines to articulate...

7 Nov
12–5 pm

An interfaith conference hosted by Harvard Divinity School focused on addressing the issues and challenges of maintaining a sustainable planet. Focusing on ways to engage, this conference will respond to the overlapping moral issues of climate change, sustainability, social justice and mindfulness...

7 Nov
6–8 pm

Please join us at Daedalus on Friday, November 7th at 6 pm. If you are currently a member of Harvard Alumni for Agriculture, an alumni interested in agriculture, a current Harvard student, or planning to participate in the Harvard Dean's Challenge then we will have plenty to talk about. Alumni can...

18 Nov
12–1 pm

Boston is a leader in the urban agriculture movement. Come hear from four panelists that have been very involved in the process of bringing urban agriculture to Boston and helping to reduce the barriers urban farmers face. The panelists are Edith Murnane, from the City of Boston’s Office of...