What is the HLS Green Living Program?
The Harvard Law School (HLS) Green Living Program is in its seventh year (2011-2012) as a peer-to-peer education program that promotes sustainable living in the Harvard Law School dorms. Six Green Living Representatives connect with fellow residents about energy and water conservation, recycling, and waste reduction through activities and information sharing. They also suggest infrastructure and policy improvements that will remove barriers to student conservation.
The program is supported by the HLS Facilities Management and is coordinated through the Office for Sustainability. Visit the Green Living Program section of the HLS Sustainability web site for information about the 2011-2012 Green Living Program and student Reps.