Harvard Sustainability News
Imagining the impossible
It’s July 4, 2035, and you’re firing up the grill to throw on some plant-based hamburger patties. This may seem like a stretch, but Pat Brown, Founder & CEO of Impossible Foods , believes this will be reality. This fall, the Harvard community had the opportunity to meet Brown thanks...
Navigating renewable energy options in rural Alaska
On February 24, 2017 an intrepid little group of students from Harvard's Climate Solutions Living Lab set off for Anchorage, Alaska, a mere 10.5 hours by plane from Boston. The Climate Solutions Living Lab is a multidisciplinary course, led by the Emmet Clinical Professor of Environmental Law Wendy...
CSAs are here to stay
Jack Smith, the Adams House REP, shares his experience with Community Supported Agriculture at Clark Farm.
Harvard's Hoekstra Lab wins National Green Labs competition
Harvard's labs rise to North American Freezer Challenge.
Extending Environmental Ethics through Fear
Extending Environmental Ethics through Fear
The One Life and Science: A New Relationship
The One Life and Science: A New Relationship
The Humanities and Environmentalism
"Nature” is what we see – The Hill – the Afternoon – Squirrel – Eclipse – the Bumble bee – Nay – Nature is Heaven – “Nature” is what We hear – The Bobolink – the Sea – Thunder – the Cricket – Nay...
Harvard's 2016 Sustainability Report
We’re creating a healthier, low-carbon community.
Do food miles really matter?
Leavens breaks down the nuances of how a food's carbon footprint relates to the distance it travels from farm to plate.
Ethical Anthropocentrism: Making Environmentalism Relatable
Joseph Winters, College '20 According to British ethicist Alisdair Cochrane in his entry for the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy , “environmental ethics concerns human beings’ ethical relationship with the natural environment.” “What duties,” he goes on to ask,...