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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...

Recycling empty ink and toner cartridges is free through Harvard’s preferred vendor, Ricoh.

The life cycle of those seemingly ubiquitous interoffice envelopes may seem trivial, but as a few Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) employees found, questioning the path the envelopes take between departments can lead to cost savings and waste...

Reduce your environmental footprint by purchasing green products for your office's kitchenette.

Students and faculty push for the elimination of flame retardants in dorm furniture.
A team of Harvard scientists and engineers has demonstrated a new type of battery that could fundamentally transform the way electricity is stored on the grid, making power from renewable energy sources such as wind and sun far more economical and...
Going into Harvard, I knew I wanted to join a sustainability group. A lot of environmental advocacy is decoding bureaucracy (what else is new) and negotiating with an apathetic administration. The Harvard Resource Efficiency Program (REP) is a model...
Universities play a vital role in supporting research and educating students to understand how chemistry and chemical design can affect health and sustainability. On Thursday, April 16, 2015 the FAS Green Program and the Department of Chemistry and...