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The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Green Program acts as an umbrella for a wide range of environmental efforts across FAS, with the goal of reducing the School’s impacts and of integrating resource consciousness into the fabric of FAS...
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...
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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HMS Green Initiative Highlights 1.3% Reduction in GHG Emissions in Existing Buildings, since FY06 40.5% Reduction in Trash Tonnage, since FY06 Increase in Recycling from 25% to 35.6%, since FY06 12 % Reduction in campus water use, since FY06 6 LEED...
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is home to three LEED certified buildings: Byerly Hall, Fay House, and the Schlesigner Library. The Fay House is the oldest LEED certified building in the United States according to the US Green Building...
Stay updated on Harvard's sustainability efforts Our monthly e-newsletter is packed with the latest news, events, and research happening at Harvard, plus resources and green tips to help you get involved in our work to build a healthier, more...
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...

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

Food mpg chart

Gary Adamkiewicz, senior research scientist at HSPH, discusses the nuances of food miles and their impact on our climate.

Host an annual freezer cleanout

Did you know that -80 freezers are the most energy intensive type of “plug load” equipment in a laboratory environment?