28 30 Apr
ALL DAY

Planetary Health is the health of human civilization and the state of the natural systems on which it depends. Planetary Health and GeoHealth research focuses on quantifying both direct and indirect human health impacts of accelerating environmental change. To catalyze this interdisciplinary field...

28 Apr
11:30 am

The Harvard Graduate School of Education presents: "Utilizing NASA's 'Panopoly' for Geoscience Data Analysis in the Classroom" with Nicole Dulaney, Hillcrest High School Earth Science Faculty, NASA Associate Researcher, and Math for America Early Career Fellow. more information

28 Apr
12 pm

The Harvard Office for Sustainability (OFS) presents a lunchtime discussion with OFS Director Heather Henriksen on how the University community achieved the aggressive climate goal it set in 2008 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 30% by 2016 from a 2006 baseline. Heather Henriksen leads a...

28 Apr
5:30–7:30 pm

Many of us aspire to be the change we wish to see in the world. Our panelists have actually gone out and done it! On the eve of the People’s Climate March, we invite you to hear current and former students share how their passion for sustainability empowered them to spearhead new initiatives...

30 Apr
4–7 pm

Celebrate Spring with Food Literacy Project, Harvard Office for Sustainablity, and Harvard Vegan Society! Join us for a "Living Sustainably" workshop. Vinyasa yoga teachers Lacey Gibson and Natasha Gayl will teach a grounding, all-levels yoga class (4-6:15) before leading a plant-based, Ayurveda...

1 May
5:30 pm

“Climate Change, Indigenous Resistance, and Forging a New Democracy: Thoughts for the Present Moment” Winona LaDuke is an award-winning activist and six-time author situated at the intersection of Indigenous rights and environmental justice. A graduate of Antioch College and Harvard...

2 May
5:30 pm

“Climate Change, Indigenous Resistance, and Forging a New Democracy: Thoughts for the Present Moment” Winona LaDuke is an award-winning activist and six-time author situated at the intersection of Indigenous rights and environmental justice. A graduate of Antioch College and Harvard...

3 May
11 am–2 pm

Peruse, pick up, and drop off lab, office, and personal items during the bi-annual Freecycle on Harvard’s Longwood Campus. All items are free...

3 May
4:30 pm

“Climate Change, Indigenous Resistance, and Forging a New Democracy: Thoughts for the Present Moment” Winona LaDuke is an award-winning activist and six-time author situated at the intersection of Indigenous rights and environmental justice. A graduate of Antioch College and Harvard...

3 May
6 pm

Speaker Tiya Miles Mary Henrietta Graham Distinguished University Professor, University of Michigan Author of Tales from the Haunted South: Dark Tourism and Memories of Slavery from the Civil War Era (2015) Founder of ECO Girls, an environmental and cultural project for girls in urban Southeast...