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The Harvard University Center for the Environment proudly hosts the Environmental Artist Series. Each year, an artist is invited to feature their work in the Center's lounge as well as come to campus to give a talk about their inspirations and processes to our interdisciplinary community. Each artist's perspective shares a different lens and narrative in creatively confronting complex environmental issues. Please visit the HUCE lounge anytime during the academic year to view the work on display.
Jeri Eisenberg | Currently on view, 2022-...Read more about Environmental Artists
Hélène Benveniste, Environmental Fellow at the Harvard University Center for the Environment and Harvard Kennedy School, will present Benveniste "Climate Mobilities: Empirical Evidence and International Policy Responses."... Read more about Energy Policy Seminar
Xuhui Lee, Yale University, will give a talk (title TBA).... Read more about EPS Colloquium
Researchers at Harvard GSD are engaged in a climate adaptation project which will span several years and explore potential impacts to Massachusetts' Cape Ann, one of the state's most vulnerable regions... Read more about All Climate Change Is Local
Join HUCE for an artist talk with Jeri Eisenberg, whose photo-based work exploring non-traditional and alternative techniques is currently on view at the Center.... Read more about HUCE Environmental Artist 2023: Jeri Eisenberg
Ending as we began, the closing ceremony for HDS Climate Justice Week will ground our community through ritual as we reflect upon what we learned during this week dedicated to the work of climate justice. We will witness action as we answer this critical question: where do we go from here?... Read more about Climate Justice Week Closing Ceremony: Where do we go from here?
Margaret Redsteer, University of Washington Bothell, will discuss the role of local and Indigenous knowledge, why it is different than conventional science, and why that matters.... Read more about Tanner Seminar: Climate Futures and Structural Paradigms
The Center for International Development at HKS invites you for a presentation by Isabel Saint Malo, Senior Policy Adviser to the Administrator of the United Nations Development Program, Former Vice President of Panama.... Read more about Towards Global Sustainability Disclosure Standards
Join us for the HDS Climate Justice Week keynote conversation featuring Terry Tempest Williams, HDS Writer-in-Residence; Matthew Ichihashi Potts, Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church and the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, MDiv '08, PhD '13; Rev. Vernon K. Walker, Program Director of Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW); and Anna Del Castillo, MDiv '21, Climate Justice Researcher for Religion and Public Life.... Read more about Climate Justice Week Keynote Conversation: Examining the Religious and Spiritual Implications of Climate Change
RPL Fellows with expertise in policy, environmental science, Native and Indigenous rights, and education will discuss the ways religious and spiritual literacy can enhance policy and scientific efforts to understand the drivers of climate collapse and advance climate justice.... Read more about Religious Literacy and Climate Justice
Join the Waste and the Circular Economy Catalyst at HBS to learn more about the impact and opportunity of circular economy.... Read more about D^3 Catalyst Circular Economy Conference
Stories and storytelling are tools we can all use to confront the challenges of climate change. Angelo Baca, a cultural activist, scholar, and filmmaker will lead participants through a 90-minute workshop on the power of art in activism as part of Climate Justice Week hosted by HDS.... Read more about Art and Activism Workshop with Angelo Baca
"Barriers to Transforming Climate Dialogues" with with Margaret Redsteer, University of Washington Bothell.... Read more about Tanner Lecture: Climate Futures and Structural Paradigms
Join the Center for International Development at HKS for a conversation with Amir Lebdioui, Assistant Professor in the Political Economy of Development, SOAS University of London.... Read more about Growth Lab Development Talk: Greening Economic Development/What Does It Take?
Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit will join HDS Writer-in-Residence Terry Tempest Williams in a conversation on the power of storytelling as it relates to climate change as part of Climate Justice Week hosted by HDS.... Read more about Stories Are Cages, Stories Are Wings—So What Stories Do We Tell About Climate?
"Carbon Emissions Trading and Environmental Protection: International Evidence" with Jennie Bai, Georgetown University, and Hong Ru, Nanyang Technological University.... Read more about Harvard Seminar in Environmental Economics & Policy
"On Resilience: A Capacity to Absorb Disturbances and Shocks" with Margaret Redsteer, University of Washington Bothell.... Read more about Tanner Lecture: Climate Futures and Structural Paradigms
Join the HLS Library for a discussion on The Making of Environmental Law, 2nd ed. featuring author Richard J. Lazarus, Howard and Katherine Aibel Professor, HLS, and panelists Martha Minow, 300th Anniversary University Professor, HLS, and Andrew Mergen, Faculty Director, Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, HLS.... Read more about HLS Library Book Talk
Join the Harvard Law School China Law Association for “Reacquainting with China through Common Interests,” where various panels will discuss disability law, education in China, US-China climate change collaborations, antitrust law, and blockchain technology.... Read more about 2023 China Law Symposium
"The Partial Column CH4 Retrieved from GOSAT and GOSAT-2 Method, Results and Applications" with Hiroshi Suto, JAXA.... Read more about Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Seminar