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Our Commitment Harvard Business School is committed to reducing the School's greenhouse gas emissions 30% from 2006 levels by 2016, including growth, as part of an effort to increase environmental stewardship at HBS while realizing cost savings...
The Central Administrative departments are overseen by Executive Vice President Katie Lapp and include all aspects of the University’s financial, administrative, human resources, campus services, planning and project management, development in...
Sustainability Degree Program The Sustainability degree program allows students to explore the critical environmental
 factors affecting air, water, climate, sustainability, and ecosystems. The master’s degree primes graduates to create...
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Through ongoing collaboration between student, staff, and faculty driven green teams, the Harvard Graduate School of Design is working to create a sustainable campus for the future. The GSD Green Team, founded in 2009, is comprised of GSD staff who...
Formed in 2006, the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) Green Team works to build environmental awareness through a series of sustainable initiatives across the HGSE campus. Comprised of staff, faculty, and student volunteers, the HGSE Green...
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...
Sending his eyes across the Bright Hockey Center ’s broad expanse, Jason Waldron marvels at how much better the place looks. Waldron, Harvard Athletics ’ facilities manager, knows that the super-efficient bulbs he installed earlier this...
Stormwater Management on the GSD roof
Envisioning a green space as inviting and social as it would be operative and effective, students Ecaterina Dobrescu and Rebecca Bartlett of the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) set out last semester to transform a concrete patio space at...

Shifting the debate about climate change from a political discussion to a practical conversation about risk and reward.

GSD students imagine the Flux City.

Students at the Graduate School of Design imagine the Flux City as world copes with significant climate events.