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We're building connectivity between campuses, and providing our community with alternatives to driving, which encourage a safe, healthy lifestyle. Harvard is working to reduce campus fleet and shuttle emissions, maintain and improve sustainable...
Harvard has a goal to reduce University-wide water use 30% by 2020 from a 2006 baseline, including process, irrigation, and potable water usage. VIEW OUR PLAN Water Conservation in the Built Environment As part of the historic renovation of the...
Student gardening
Sustainable and Healthful Food Standards Launched in April 2019, Harvard’s Sustainable and Healthful Food Standards were developed by a multi-disciplinary faculty committee with input from the Office for Sustainability, the Council of Student...
Stormwater Management on the GSD roof
Envisioning a green space as inviting and social as it would be operative and effective, students Ecaterina Dobrescu and Rebecca Bartlett of the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) set out last semester to transform a concrete patio space at...

The Harvard Food Law Policy Clinic and the National Resources Defense Council Publish Comprehensive Report on Food Expiration Dates.

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

Food mpg chart

Gary Adamkiewicz, senior research scientist at HSPH, discusses the nuances of food miles and their impact on our climate.

With 12 academic Schools and as the third largest employer in Massachusetts, Harvard is a major consumer of goods and services. Harvard is committed to developing University-wide standards for environmentally preferred products and requiring all...
Water Footprint Website Snapshot

How much water is consumed based on what we're eating, drinking, buying, or based on where we live?