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

organic landscaping

In spite of their “greenness”, lawns can be huge burdens on the environment. During summer try watering and mowing your lawn less often. You will conserve water, release fewer greenhouse gases, and save money. 

Rebecca Henderson on the Next Big Transition

Professor Rebecca Henderson of the Harvard Business School on environmental issues, businesses, and "The Next Great Transition."

The Business and Environment Initiative has helped develop a series of course modules on energy and the environment.

The Harvard Faculty Club is well known for its regal décor and sumptuous meals. Step beyond the swinging doors into the kitchen, and you’ll find a staff dedicated to delivering excellence and quality with a high degree of efficiency...
The results are in….Hamilton is the winner of the 2009 HBS Reduce Your Juice Electricity Competition! It was a fight until the end, but Hamilton outperformed Gallatin with a 4% reduction in the last week making their average reduction for the...
In October the Harvard Business School (HBS) Green Team held its 2nd Annual Green Fair in Shad Hall, the School’s physical fitness center. The event, which was open to the School community, brought together campus, local, and national...
The HBS Green Living Program hosted its annual RC section competition on reusable bottles and mugs. The goal of the competition was to encourage and incentivize students to use reusable bottles and mugs, at the same time to discourage use of...
63 competitors spun their way to more energy in the first ever Harvard Business School’s (HBS) SA Cup/Green Living Spinning Competition on Saturday, April 16. The event was organized by the HBS Student Association Cup (HBS-SA Cup), an...