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This is third in a series of stories about Harvard’s engagement in Latin America. MANAUS, Brazil — Walking along a path in the Amazon rainforest, several overheated travelers come across a copper-colored brook rippling under a mossy...
Saturate the Moment sculpture
GSD students design self-irrigating public-art installation for Radcliffe Institute.
Where is the outrage

Download this poster to remind office mates to unplug electronics and appliances not in use.  

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

On Earth Day 2009 staff at Harvard’s Alumni Affairs and Development (AA&D) office got a surprise visit from a familiar green friend. Henry Kesner, Business Operations Coordinator for AA&D, dressed as Kermit the Frog and pushing a...
Incorporating sustainable practices into Harvard’s most energy and resource intensive spaces may seem like a daunting task, but for the laboratories on Harvard’s Cambridge and Longwood campus, green and labs are synonymous terms. For...
A new collaboration is forming between the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Office for Physical Resources and Planning (FAS OPRP) and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) to address some of the energy saving opportunities in the School'...
Thanks to characteristic Harvard creativity and the latest technology, the building where Helen Keller graduated is now on track to achieve LEED Gold certification. [1] Built in 1806, Fay House served first as a family home, then as the original...
On November 27, the Green Office Program passed an exciting milestone: our first green office at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences received Leaf One certification. The driving force behind the certification of the Office of Student...