The CMES Environmental Studies of the Middle East Speaker Series is pleased to present Rania Ghosn, Associate Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, MIT; Partner, DESIGN EARTH.... Read more about Climate Inheritance
The Climate Overshoot Commission, comprised of independent experts from across the globe, will release their report this month. Join us for a conversation with two members of the commission to learn about their approach, and the findings of their report, "Reducing the Risks of Climate Overshoot."... Read more about The Climate Overshoot Commission Report
In this opening discussion for the exhibition, Water Stories: River Goddesses, Ancestral Rites, and Climate Crisis, exhibition curator and faculty director Jinah Kim will engage in conversation with art historian Yukio Lippit and Radcliffe’s curator of exhibitions, Meg Rotzel.... Read more about Water Stories: River Goddesses, Ancestral Rites, and Climate Crisis
"The Political Economy of Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation: Japan and Korea in Global Perspective" with Seong-ik Oh, Director General, Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, and Phillip Lipscy, Professor of Political Science and Chair in Japanese Politics & Global Affairs, University of Toronto; Director, Centre for the Study of Global Japan, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy; Professor, Graduate School for Law and Politics, University of Tokyo.... Read more about Program on US-Japan Relations Seminar
"Decarbonization vs. Democratization? Participatory Politics and the New England Grid" with Maddy Kroot, Clark University.... Read more about STS Circle at Harvard
"Can the United States Lead Global Decarbonization?" with Joseph Majkut, Director of the Energy Security and Climate Change Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies.... Read more about Can the United States Lead Global Decarbonization?
Join Professor Mark Fagan, Lecturer in Public Policy, for a conversation with Dr. Arturo Massol-Deyá, the Executive Director of Casa Pueblo de Adjuntas, a community-based group with 38 years of services in natural resources conservation, education, and sustainable development to explore how the Case Pueblo community became electricity resilient.... Read more about Building Electricity Resilience: The Case of Casa Pueblo in Puerto Rico
"A New Era of Air Quality Monitoring from Space over North America with TEMPO: Commissioning Results" with Xiong Liu, Harvard CFA.... Read more about Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Seminar
DDes Conference ’23: Embodied Climates... Read more about DDes Conference ’23: Embodied Climates
Hosted by the Harvard GSD, this conference invites designers of an inclusive world to view climate in its power to affect human health, mental well-being, socio-political conditions, and cultures of ecology through subjective, embodied ways of knowing.... Read more about Embodied Climates Conference
“Adaptation: Political, Cultural and Ecological Design — My Journey to Heal the Planet” with Kongjian Yu, Department of Landscape Architecture, GSD.
Join the Salata Institute and hear from Megan Starr, Partner and the Global Head of Impact at Carlyle. Open to Harvard students and alumni.
"The Sustainocene: A Sustainable Planet Cannot Exist Without Providing Renewable Energy to the Poor" with Daniel Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy.... Read more about Climate Research Workshop
"Mycorrhizal Fungal Key Role in Forest Soil Function and Their Vulnerability to Urbanization" with Chikae Tatsumi, Department of Biology, Boston University.... Read more about Harvard Forest Seminar
The Center for the Environment is excited to unveil its newest environmental-themed art installation, "Vital," showcasing the captivating creations and pigments of the renowned artist and activist John Sabraw.... Read more about HUCE 2023-24 Environmental Artist John Sabraw
Join the Arctic Initiative and its partners for an engaging discussion with a panel of international experts to unpack the Arctic's intricate challenges and their global ramifications, from international politics to climate impacts.... Read more about Arctic Governance and Cooperation Through Conflict
Are you a Harvard student and want to get involved in climate activism on campus? Come to the Harvard Climate Coalition's Intro Town Hall for snacks and chats with the member orgs, or to get involved with the Coalition as a whole.... Read more about Harvard Climate Coalition Town Hall
"Regulatory Approaches to Abandoned Wells in Southwest Pennsylvania and Beyond" with Stephen Ansolabehere, Frank G. Thompson Professor of Government, and Dustin Tingley, Professor of Government.... Read more about Climate Research Workshop
Join editor Susan Barba for an outdoor poetry reading of her new literary anthology, filled with classic and contemporary poems and essays inspired by wildflowers.... Read more about Poetry Reading in the Landscape | American Wildflowers: A Literary Field Guide