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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. 

Senior lecturer at HBS on climate preparedness and what the private sector can do to make an impact.

At Harvard, as part of our organic landscaping and maintenance program, staff are creating compost tea.

Standing among the flowers and plants on the roof of Batten Hall on a recent August day is reminiscent of standing in a country meadow on a late summer afternoon. Petals flutter slightly in the wind and bees buzz from flower to flower seeking nectar...
Living Lab: Rethinking Campus Operations

In this video we explore how staff work every day at Harvard to reduce the environmental footprint of campus operations.

Authored by Student Sustainability Associates Ruth Isenstadt, MBA ’18, Jina Choi, MBA ’18, and George Hanscom, MBA ’18

Energy fuels innovation and Harvard's growing innovation corridor in Allston is going to need an energy system as advanced as the cutting-edge research being conducted up and down Western Avenue. To meet this challenge, the University has designed a...