- Harvard Law School
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- Harvard Kennedy School
Banning gas-powered cars
California regulators passed rules banning the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, a victory in the fight against climate change.
- Harvard College
Can buying an EV actually increase your carbon footprint?
EVs are dirtier to build but cleaner to drive, and research shows they must meet certain mileage thresholds before environmental advantages are realized.
- Harvard Transportation Services
On the road to a fossil fuel-free future
In 2021, Harvard purchased four 100% electric buses and electric infrastructure as part of efforts to achieve fossil fuel-neutrality by 2026.
- Harvard School of Engineering
The sky's no longer the limit
Harvard alum Kyle Clark created a Vermont-based electric aerospace company that is innovating air travel and combating climate change.
In light of the recent history of MBTA line stoppages derailing commuter schedules, Harvard experts discuss solutions for problems in the long-term.
Studies have shown cognitive benefits among those who use public bus transportation, in addition to having better lives socially and physically.
Transit Fares 🎟️
With employees returning to the office, debates have sparked about offering free public transportation and its potential to bring in more commuters.
Driving to work
Biking to work
Sharing rides to work
Blading, boating, and boarding to work
Harvard alum and Business School assistant professor Julian De Freitas illuminates that autonomous cars require more than technology—they require ethical considerations and, most importantly, common sense.
A Harvard Design School project aimed to reimagine air travel for the future, recapturing some of its early promise (and even glamour) by assessing and addressing various pressure points resulting from the pandemic as well as more long-term challenges.
Jinyan Zang, a Harvard alum-turned-entrepreneur, has created a data platform that seeks to transform trucking logistics by connecting more empty return trips with cargo.