Styrofoam makes up a significant portion of the waste stream in many biological labs.
Harvard Law School was the first School at Harvard to make compost bins widely available, and anyone who’s spent time on our campus knows how visible our labeled trash, recycling, and co
The Harvard Law School (HLS) Green Living Reps sponsored a contest challenging students to submit photos of themselves using their red Harvard mugs.
Harvard Law School’s Green Living Program capped off its Waste Awareness Month with an educational art display teaching students, faculty, and staff about Plastic Bags and their environm
At the beginning of October, the FAS Green Program held its bi-annual Lab Oriented Freecycle, and for the first time, it was held at Northwest Lab.
On September 29, the Harvard Houses wrapped up the second annual Resource Efficiency Program Recycling Challenge, the first participation event of the Green Cup 2014 Challenge.
Every May, Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) alumni return to Cambridge to honor achievements, share ideas, and reconnect during Reunion Weekend.
Harvard students may come and go, but since 1960 one hidden gem has remained constant: a family-owned food truck on Divinity Avenue outside the Biolabs building has been feeding home-cooked meals t
As of this week, labs at Biology will no longer have to fight to keep empty coolers and needless ice packs from clogging their shelves and benchtops.
Harvard's Allston Farmer's Market will host one of three drop-off locations for Mayor Thomas M. Menino's pilot program to allow Boston residents to drop off compostable food scraps for free.
Did you know that in 2008, Harvard discarded 24% less trash than Yale per capita?
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