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Earlier this fall the original members of the 2008 Harvard University Task Force on Greenhouse Gas Emissions met for dinner at the Faculty Club to discuss Harvard’s progress in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to combat climate change...
A Harvard Law School Green Living Rep's reflections on a tour of Harvard's Blackstone Steam Plant Harvard makes most of its own heat. Today, enough steam shoots out of the Blackstone Steam Plant to serve the needs of 11 million square feet of...
For one week, all HLS Dorms competed to REDUCE THEIR JUICE, and Shaw led by Green Living Rep Katy Yang emerged victorious, reducing electricity consumption 6.4% and saving 144 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity and winning a dorm dinner from Spice...
This spring Harvard Law School installed Vending Misers and Snack Misers on all their cold beverage and non-perishable snack machines. The devices turn machines on and off based on activity as well as internal cooling cycles, conserving energy by...
A week before Halloween, posters appeared in the HLS dormitories alerting residents that “vampires are real.” The meaning behind the mysterious posters was revealed on October 28 with a series of signs educating students about “...
On October 22, Eric Potkin, Harvard Law School Energy Manager, led a tour of the HLS campus and showed participants how various features of the School's buildings help conserve energy. For example, more and more HLS buildings are being lit by LEDs,...
Since it was founded in 2006 by Professor Jody Freeman , LL.M. ’91, S.J.D. ’95, Harvard Law School’s (HLS) Environmental Law and Policy Program (ELP) has become the leader in its field, with renowned faculty, innovative courses, a...
Jody Freeman, Archibald Cox Professor of Law and Director of the Harvard’s Environmental Law Program, and Richard Lazarus, Howard J. and Katherine W. Aibel Professor of Law, held a lecture on the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent...