Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Harvard Global Health Institute will co-host an in-person climate-health delegation briefing for all Harvard members attending UNFCCC COP28. As space allows, we will invite additional Harvard faculty and Harvard ID holders to join the in-person convening. Students welcome!... Read more about Pre-COP28 Harvard Climate-Health Delegation Briefing
On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Our Artificial Nature, featuring Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities core and affiliated research faculty, the GSD hosts a candid dialogue on the trajectory of design research and practice in response to environmental change.
Carson Chan, curator of the concurrent MoMA exhibition Emerging Ecologies: Architecture and the Rise of Environmentalism, will engage GSD faculty in a conversation about past...Read more about Our Artificial Nature: Perspectives on Design for an Era of Environmental Change
"Our Artificial Nature: Perspectives on Design for an Era of Environmental Change".
Join us for 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!... Read more about Climate Fresk Workshop
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 upcoming session, Professor Kari Nadeau will delve into the critical intersection of climate and health. Her insights will shed light on the significance of this relationship, especially as we approach COP28, where the topic of health is being addressed for the first time.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate & Health
Saptarishi Bandopadhyay is an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. He is a faculty affiliate of the Science, Technology & Society Program at Harvard University, a research Fellow at the Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research at York University, and a Senior Fellow at Melbourne University Law School.... Read more about The Conservation of Catastrophe: An Agenda for Research
The Climate, Energy, and Environment Professional Interest Council (CEEPIC) and Taubman Center for State and Local Government are hosting Kate Gordon for a conversation with Economist Gordon Hanson, Co-Director of the Reimagining the Economy Project.... Read more about Place-based Economics and the Clean Energy Transition