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A Green Tip from Harvard Law School energy manager Eric Potkin

You have the power...to shut down your computer!

Researchers from several Harvard Schools and initiatives were instrumental in developing the City of Boston’s first Cyclist Safety Report released on May 15, 2013 by Mayor Tom Menino. The report examined four years of bicycle crash incident...
Light bulbs, hand-dryers, or chilled- and hot- water pumps rarely evoke dedicated interest or enthusiasm, but for Harvard’s building managers and facility leaders the energy and cost savings these technologies can deliver tend to inspire such...

We asked two Harvard bicyclist commuters, from the Harvard and Longwood campuses, to share their top ten tips on how to commute to work safely and efficiently. 

Co-hosted by the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of HLS, Community Servings, and the Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, this year’s Food as Medicine Symposium brought together a number of professionals from all over the...

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

Recent efforts to make healthy eating a default choice include making nutrition education more accessible to children and adults, incentivizing the purchase and consumption of

Daniel Kramer, College '15, and Alok Tayi, postdoctoral fellow in the George Whitesides Lab, Faculty for Arts and Sciences, were awarded a Student Sustainability Grant from the Office for Sustainability for the 2014-2015 academic year for their...