Going beyond the standards set by FEMA, risk reduction for buildings, communities and their critical infrastructure is fast becoming a major focus of planning and design practice. This program covers climate change basics that designers need to understand in order to address projects at the scale of buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Learn more >
Join members of the Harvard University Center for the Environment and Tufts University for a lively debate between two renowned Tufts University energy and environment faculty, Professors William Moomaw and Bruce Everett, on climate change and the shifting international energy landscape.
We are looking to partner with regional Harvard Clubs and other SIGs to team up in planning and/or promoting green events for our 2014-15 event schedule. If you have ideas for new events, or events you are organizing on the horizon, please let us know!
Harvard alumni around the world are once again giving back to their local communities through the Harvard Alumni Association’s Global Month of Service. The HAA and HAAE are calling on you to support this important worldwide initiative! Indeed, it is one of our SIG's most important service opportunities of the year. Learn more →
The Harvard-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health, in conjunction with GreenDorchester and the Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance, will host the “Action for Health! Science Café," an evening meeting and workshop for members of the Dorchester community to voice their concerns about air quality and health in Dorchester. opics covered will include healthy homes, traffic and diesel exposure, and asthma.
This two-day event will bring together thought leaders from around the world to discuss the offshore wind industry. Topics will include how to move the industry forward, the value of offshore wind, financing offshore wind, and lessons learned from Europe, among many others. Look for Jonathan Levy, Adjunct Professor, Harvard School of Public Health, on the agenda.
The Harvard School of Public Health's Center for Health and the Global Environment cordially invites you to the 2013 Global Environmental Citizen Awards presentation. We are proud to announce this year's recipient: American novelist, essayist, and poet, Barbara Kingsolver. Please join us in honoring her important contributions to environmental conservation and sustainable living. Learn more >