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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

The Hubway bike share system has grown in popularity and size since its inception in 2011. Its General Manager, Emily Stapleton, earned her undergraduate degree in psychology at Harvard in 2005, and later completed her MBA at Harvard Business School...
This entry is part of a series of journal entries on the Sustainability Plan . For Nature and Ecosystems, I write about my own personal connection to and experience with nature. In my second semester at Harvard, I took a seminar at the Harvard...
This is Part 2 of a two-part blog by Harvard College student Forrest Lewis (College '17). Read Part 1. When Taylor Swift wrote “Out of the Woods” as a tribute to the 2015 Harvard Forest Summer Program students, she probably wasn’t...

Help to incorporate and increase access to nature for young people.

I’ve heard a lot of puns, jokes, and quips since starting my research internship at the Harvard Forest last month. But I guess when your parents name you after a bohemian misspelling of a New England biome, you get what you deserve. So whether...
Molly Leavens holds a sloth
I believe that if you fully commit yourself to a new endeavor, then it is difficult to come away without feeling changed in some way. This is the power of international experiences and I am proud to declare the cliché that my time abroad has...

Time-spent outdoors has wide ranging benefits, and there are easy ways to integrate it into the school day.

Oliver George, College '20 In his essay “‘This Green Earth’: The Vision of Nature in Romantic Poets,” literary scholar M. H. Abrams describes how the Romantic poets portrayed the natural world, “as a living entity in...