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Every year, Harvard produces over 24,000 phone books that are distributed across the University, but this year - 6,000 (25%) fewer phone books will be produced (about 6,300 lbs - the size of 7 male polar bears!). While working with Green Teams...
Harvard Law School’s 2009 Commencement Luncheon was its greenest yet, with over 65% of meal leftovers, by volume, reclaimed for recycling or composting. Three key components led to this recycling victory: a central “Recycling Tent,...
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...
For me, promoting cycling is a no-brainer - it combines a healthy lifestyle with an environmentally sustainable one, and it can be affordable and safe if you do it right. The weather was perfect on Wednesday, September 28 th for the First Annual...
All Cambridge-Longwood M2 shuttle busses are now equipped with bike racks, just in time for winter riding. The shuttles provide free transportation between Harvard Square and the Longwood Medical Area (LMA) for all Harvard ID holders. For route...
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...
On Friday, March 8, Harvard Law School's 2013 Green Living Representatives, Sarah Canby, Laura Wolf, Dave Joch, Gabrielle Hodgson, and Michael Gruben, along with HLS Sustainability Program Manager Anne Sargent and Supervisor of Recycling and Solid...
It turns out bike-friendliness is second nature for Harvard University. Weeks after being named a Silver-Level Bike Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists, Harvard University was recognized as a Gold-level Bike Friendly Business by...
On Tuesday, September 17, the Harvard Law School (HLS) Green Living Reps and the HLS Green Team manned an information table in the Hark to educate students, staff, and faculty about composting practices at the Law School. Students were able to chat...
Harvard Law School was the first School at Harvard to make compost bins widely available, and anyone who’s spent time on our campus knows how visible our labeled trash, recycling, and compost receptacles are. So we must do a good job of making...