Many people around the world cannot access nutritious foods to feed their families. The way food is transported, distributed, and sold not only damages our environment, but leads to
many communities having a plethora of cheap, processed food and little access to high-quality, affordable...
@greenharvard about 2 months 10 days 19 hours ago Find out how Harvard University Housing collaborated with Cambridge Water Department to reduce water use in 1,200 units in its portfolio, leading to a 30-50% reduction in each
@greenharvard about 3 months 30 days ago Join us at 4pm Monday October 22 at the Cabot Science Library for the opening event for, Warming Warning, a stunning new public climate art sculpture on view at the Science Center
@greenharvard about 4 months 16 days 22 hours ago Applications are now open for the Spring 2019 Climate Solutions Living Lab Course. The highly interactive, multi-disciplinary course brings together graduate students from across
@greenharvard about 5 months 19 days 16 hours ago If you’re a Harvard Master’s student, we encourage you to consider applying for the new Climate Leaders Program for Professional Students at Harvard.
@greenharvard about 6 months 19 days 14 hours ago “It is exciting to think of all the different ways this technology can help with our important scientific and conservation missions.”
@greenharvard about 6 months 26 days 14 hours ago Harvard researchers are using physics to solve one of the biggest challenges in designing light-weight, long-lasting batteries: how to squeeze more energy into less space.
@greenharvard about 6 months 28 days 1 hour ago Recent Harvard graduate Daniel Cusworth is bringing his atmospheric chemistry research out of the lab to help tackle air pollution in Delhi.
@greenharvard about 7 months 13 hours 11 minutes ago Applications are now open for the Harvard Climate Change Solutions Fund. Projects which propose using the campus as a living lab receive special consideration.
@greenharvard about 7 months 4 days 1 hour ago Architects must consider not just the environmental, but the social and economic repercussions of building in places at risk from climate change, says Harvard Graduate School of