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Harvard students demonstrated their commitment to sustainability this past summer all over the world and in many different ways. Through entrepreneurialism, advocacy, internships, volunteerism, and education, they promoted a healthier environment...

HSPH Professor Greg Norris speaks about how organizations and individuals can build net-positive enterprises

A recent study indicates that children's exposure to certain chemicals, including some pesticides, may trigger disabilities.
In the US, the average person is exposed to more than a hundred chemicals from personal care products before leaving the house.
We’ve heard arguments about the environmental disadvantages of eating red meat. We’ve also heard about the possible health impacts. Christine Korsgaard, the Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University, stresses...
“The first in time and the first in importance of the influences upon the mind is that of nature.” We might think this comes as a surprise from Ralph Waldo Emerson, who is often characterized first and foremost as a transcendentalist,...
Two widely used neonicotinoids — a class of insecticide — appear to significantly harm honeybee colonies over the winter, particularly colder winters, according to a new study from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). The study...
HSPH Dean Julio Frenk joins Lilian Cheung, Professor Walter Willett and others at the Mindful Eating Corner

Did you know eating sustainably for your own health and the health of the planet is a key tenant of mindful eating?