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A team of researchers has developed a novel class of materials that enable a safer, cheaper, and more energy-efficient process for removing greenhouse gas from power-plant emissions. The approach could be an important advance in carbon capture and...
In addition to rest, relaxation, and reflection, winter break can also be a time for learning and self-development through a wide variety of programs offered during Harvard’s Wintersession period before classes begin. Breaking the monotony of...
The Shut the Sash Competition is considered one of the most impactful engagement programs at reducing greenhouse gas emissions at Harvard. Each month, with help from the Green Labs Program , 18 labs in Chemistry and Chemical Biology (CCB) and one in...
For parts of the world, climate change is not simply a potential future threat, it is an urgent and daunting reality. Rising sea levels are threatening to eradicate the tiny island nation of Kiribati, aiming a spotlight on the world's first climate...
The year 2016 is rapidly approaching, along with the conclusion of Harvard’s science-based goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 30% from 2006 levels. In addition to general energy reduction and efficiency efforts in our buildings, we must...