Get involved in environmental action on every level. Research opportunities with fellow students and professors give you the chance to participate in groundbreaking science, policy, and economic studies.

Additionally, the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) invites speakers whose research leads the way in sustainable development. Through grants and fellowships, HUCE also supports research related to energy and the environment at every level.

StuDENT Environmental Groups and Resources

Council of Student Sustainability Leaders
The Council of Student Sustainability Leaders (CSSL) is a partnership between Harvard's environmental community, students committed to personal and institutional action on Harvard's sustainability Goals, and the Office for Sustainability. CSSL is an opportunity to connect and network with sustainability leadersstudents, faculty, and administration; to provide feedback and recommendations on Harvard's environmental initiatives; and, to lay the groundwork in preparation for advancing Harvard's Sustainability Principles. Contact for more information.

Green Offices
The Green Office Program offers practical, Harvard-wide tips and resources for greening your office. Get started today!

Green Labs
The Green Labs Program works with researchers, staff, faculty, and building managers to implement sustainable practices and technologies in lab buildings. 

Grants and Funding

Student Sustainability Grant Program
The Harvard Student Sustainability Grant Program provides seed funding to graduate and undergraduate students/student groups for environmental projects that contribute to Harvard’s campus sustainability goals.

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HUCE Undergraduate Summer Research Fund
The Center for the Environment’s Undergraduate Summer Research Fund provides financial support for student research projects related to the environment. The Fund offers independent research and research assistantship.