25 Apr
11 am–1 pm

Harvard Medical School’s annual sustainability fair features vendors from the laboratory research supply sector, dining vendors, plants for sale, and EcoOpportunity, Harvard’s Longwood Campus green team...

25 Apr
11 am–1 pm

Help reuse, save your department money, and build community by freecycling! Bring your unwanted office supplies and equipment to the Rosenau Atrium and take away what you need. Additionally, safely and securely recycle personal and University electronics for free. No limits; certificate of secure...

26 Apr
8 am–4 pm

Peruse, pick up, and drop off lab, office, and personal items during the Freecycle on Harvard’s Longwood Campus. All items are free. Additionally, safely and securely recycle personal and University electronics for free. No limits; certificate of secure destruction available. Learn more...

28 Apr
11 am–2 pm

Celebrating repair by conveying basic troubleshooting skills, Fixit Clinics are do-it-together hands-on STEM-oriented fix-n-learn community-based exploration and discovery workshops where neighbors, friends, and families work collectively to learn about and repair their broken items. Bring your...

30 Apr
8:30 am–1 pm

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Dean Michelle Williams will kick off the program at 9:00 am with opening remarks. The symposium will feature two keynotes, delivered by Piyush Tewari, MPA and Adnan A. Hyder, MD, MPH, PhD, and two panels of experts on Road Traffic Injury Prevention and...

3 May
4–5 pm

A third of all crops, and more than 85 percent of flowering plants, depend on animal pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Declining pollinator populations therefore pose a significant threat to biodiversity, crop yields, and human health across the globe. Conservation and management of...

7 May
12:45–2:15 pm

Please join us for a panel discussion on "The Medical Response to Climate Change: What Can We Do?" featuring Paul Farmer, Gina McCarthy, Aaron Bernstein, Mary Rice and Ashish Jha. Registration is free, but required. Register now

18 May
11 am–2 pm

Bring any and all surplus furniture, supplies, and equipment to the Lobby of 124 Mt. Auburn Street. Clothing, books, office supplies, kitchen goods, toys, baby supplies, tools, hardware and any thing else reusable is welcome here. Whether or not you donate, you are welcome to take anything you want...