"The Causes and Consequences of Urban Heat Islands" with Tridevi Chakma, Harvard University; Jonathan Colmer, University of Virginia; and John Voorheis, US Census Bureau.... Read more about Harvard Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
Concerns about the adverse impacts of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on environmental and human health are rising. Used in thousands of products since the 1940s, these so-called "forever chemicals" don't degrade easily in the environment or the human body.... Read more about The Forever and Everywhere Contaminant: One Town's PFAS Story
"Climate Justice Universities: Another Education Is Possible with Jennie C. Stephens, Radcliffe-Salata Climate Justice Fellow."
"Climate Justice, Fossil Fuel Phaseout, and Reimagining the Role of Higher Education" with Jennie C. Stephens, Climate Justice Fellow, Radcliffe-Salata.... Read more about Climate Justice, Fossil Fuel Phaseout, and Reimagining the Role of Higher Education
Ben Webster, Director, Policy at MiQ (Methane Intelligence), and Jason Neff, Soil and Climate Innovation Principal Scientist at Syngenta Group, will speak.... Read more about Careers in Climate Action Speaker Series
"Energy Policy Seminar: Elliot Diringer on 'Taking Stock of the International Climate Effort'."
October 12, 2023 | Janet Hering, Director Emerita, Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, spoke as part of the Climate Science Series. Hosted by the Harvard University Center for the Environment. Co-sponsored by the EPS-ESE DIB Council.
Join the Mather Sunday "Climate Table" brunch, this week with visiting Climate Change experts Dr. Binbin Wang and Yi Jian.... Read more about Climate Tables: Sunday Brunch
CID Speaker Series presents a panel featuring Kyle Cahill, Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability Disclosure and Engagement Lead, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Sneha Shah, Senior Manager, Human Rights & Technology at Amazon. Moderated by Sarah Zoen, Associate Director, Pillar Two.... Read more about Bringing the Corporate "E" and "S" Together in ESG to Advance Global Development
Ambassador Loy is an avid fighter for environmental protection, has served on the board of nine corporations, on the board of over 15 non-profits, acted as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, as Under Secretary for Global Affairs, and as Deputy US Representative to the UN General Assembly.... Read more about A Conversation with Frank Loy, HLS ‘53: American diplomat, business and non-profit executive, and attorney
Join the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainabilty and Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Research Program for a fireside chat featuring Pascal Lamy, Chair of the Climate Overshoot Commission and Former Director-General of the WTO, and Larry Summers, Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus, Harvard University; Former Secretary of the Treasury (Clinton Administration); and Former Director of the National Economic Council (Obama Administration).
"International Cooperation to Address Methane Emissions" with Claire Henly, Senior Advisor, US Office of the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.... Read more about Climate Research Workshop
"Satellite Detection of Methane Emissions" with Daniel Jacob, Vasco McCoy Family Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, and Steven Wofsy, Abbott Lawrence Rotch Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Science. Discussion led by Jim Stock, Vice Provost for Climate and Sustainability; Director of the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability; Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor of Political Economy.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change
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 the inaugural session, Professors Daniel Jacob and Steven Wofsy will delve into their groundbreaking research on the satellite detection of methane emissions, shedding light on the implications of their data and developments for future greenhouse gas mitigation strategies. Vice Provost for Climate and Sustainability Jim Stock will host. This series is part of the collection of VPAL Signature Events and is co-sponsored by the Harvard Alumni Association.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Satellite Detection of Methane Emissions
"A Policy by Any Other Name: Unconventional Industrial Policy in the US Residential Solar Industry" with Jake Bradt, Harvard University.... Read more about Harvard Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
"Unlocking the flexibility of electric vehicle charging: Combining plug-in behavior, control strategies, and incentives with Chrstine Gschwendtner."
Gaurab Basu, MD, MPH primary care physician and Director of Education and Policy at the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment (Harvard Chan C-CHANGE) at HSPH, will discuss careers in environmental justice and health equity.... Read more about Careers in Climate Action Speaker Series
"Geoengineering the Climate: Sociotechnical Transformations and Changing Knowledge Practices in the Anthropocene" with Iris Hilbrich, University of Hamburg.... Read more about STS Circle
"Energy Policy Seminar: "The Future is Very Bright and Every Day is a Freaking Crisis: An Up-Close Look at the Clean Energy Transition with Jason Grumet."
You're invited to the collaborative game-workshop "Food Collage", based on the science of the FAO, WHO, IPCC and IPBES, played for the first time in the United States! Open to Harvard affiliates, the food collagae aims to lower the barriers to learn about and engage with food systems, biodiversity, and climate change while sparking conversations in a fun and informal manner.... Read more about Food Collage at Harvard