Arnold Arboretum Research Talk: Invasive Plant Impacts in the Continental United States: Processes, Patterns and Prevention with Dan Buonaiuto, NE CASC Postdoctoral Fellow, UMass Amherst.... Read more about Invasive Plant Impacts in the Continental United States: Processes, Patterns and Prevention
Join Arctic Initiative Senior Fellow Margaret Williams for a debrief with Arctic experts recently returned from the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, COP28. The panelists will reflect on their key takeaways from the conference and answer any questions you might have about its outcomes, with a focus on Arctic biodiversity, permafrost thaw, and Indigenous peoples.... Read more about COP28 Climate Outcomes: What Do They Mean for the Arctic?
The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
"Forest Estimation in the Age of Big(ger) Data" with Kelly McConville, Department of Statistics, Harvard University.
How will organisms fare in the 21st century as they face extreme environmental conditions and environmental degradation? Developmental plasticity is the ability of an organism to give rise to two or more distinct phenotypes in the face of environmental changes.... Read more about Insects in the Anthropocene
Join the famous collaborative experiential FUN game-workshop "Climate Fresk". Climate Fresk is based on the science of the IPCC reports and has been played by more than 1 million people in industry, academia, government and general public, at all levels of responsibilities and climate knowledge... and by 400 Harvard affiliates! Aims of the Climate Fresk workshop: - Lower the barriers to engage with climate change - Increase awareness and empowerment - Spark conversations in a fun and informal manner... Read more about Climate Fresk Workshop
Please join us Monday, for Fungal traits and forest responses to elevated CO2 with Peter Pellitier, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University.... Read more about Fungal Traits and Forest Responses to Elevated CO2
Join the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability for a gathering of graduate students from across campus engaged in research on climate change issues. ... Read more about Climate & Sustainability Graduate Student Gathering
A Harvard-China Project Research Seminar with Naixin Huang, Ph.D. Candidate, Tsinghua University and Harvard-China Project Fellow... Read more about International Mitigation Finance: Carbon Mitigation, Welfare, and Optimal Recipient Design
"Climate Change in New England: Overriding the Mycorrhizal Imprint on Soil Biogeochemistry" with Thomas Muratore, Soil Microbial Ecology Lab, University of New Hampshire.... Read more about Harvard Forest Seminar
Interested in a career in climate and sustainability? Come connect with over 60 employers, including the World Bank, Ceres, Natural Resources Defense Council, Avangrid, Carbon Reform, the Department of Energy, The Food Project, Green Corps, the MA Attorney General's Office, Morningstar, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, E3 and many more. Registration required, sign up today!... Read more about Climate and Sustainability Career Expo
"Where are the Emissions: Unravelling Small and Large Methane Sources in the US Oil and Gas Sector" with Mark Omara, Environmental Defense Fund.... Read more about Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Seminar
A changing climate is dramatically affecting many sectors and organizations, and opportunities to work within this field are varied. Attend this discussion to hear from panelists working in diverse industries and job functions related to the environment in nonprofit, corporate, and government settings.... Read more about Environment and Climate Career Pathways Panel
"Arctic Methane Emissions: Uncertainty and the Value of Better Information; Plus: COP28 Preview" with James Hammitt, Professor of Economics and Decision Sciences, HSPH; Robert Stavins, A.J. Meyer Professor of Energy and Economic Development, HKS.... Read more about Climate Research Workshop
The CMES Environmental Studies of the Middle East Speaker Series is pleased to present “Locusts of Power”with Samuel Dolbee, Assistant Professor of History; Family Dean's Faculty Fellow in Studies of the Middle East, Vanderbilt University... Read more about Locusts of Power
"Energy Policy Seminar: "Economic Challenges to Rapid Energy and Deforestation Transitions" with Leon Clarke, Director of Decarbonization Pathways at the Bezos Earth Fund."
Seminar in International Trade Economics: "How Much Will Global Warming Cool Global Growth?" with Ishan Nath, Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.... Read more about How Much Will Global Warming Cool Global Growth?
Please join us Monday, for Effects of non-native honeybees on plants and pollinators in a biodiversity hotspot with Joshua Kohn, Professor Emeritus, UC San Diego.... Read more about Effects of Non-Native Honeybees on Plants and Pollinators in a Biodiversity Hotspot
"Electrification of Heating and Transport: Uncovering the Pivotal Role of User Behavior" with Christine Gschwendtner, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Belfer Center.
Students from the HBS Energy & Environment, the Sustainability, and the Food & Agriculture Clubs organize the annual Climate Symposium hosted at Harvard Business School.
The Climate Symposium is one of the largest student-run conferences on campus, and we intend to make this 2023 Symposium the most extensive, most interactive, and most international Symposium yet.
The theme for the 2023 Climate Symposium is "Adopting Climate Solutions at Scale." We will explore not only the existing climate solutions but also the...Read more about HBS Climate Symposium 2023