The Planetary Health Colloquium
A discussion on "Planetary Mental Health: How Accelerating Environmental Change is Impacting the Mental Health of Different Populations."
Social Innovation in Africa
Ndidi Nwuneli co-founder of Sahel Consulting: Agriculture & Nutrition Ltd. and co-founder of AACE Foods.
The Impact of Gold Mining on the Feasibility of Malaria Elimination in the Amazon
Caroline Buckee discusses her research on the impact of gold mining on the epidemiology and control of malaria in the Amazon rainforest while concurrently examining infectious disease epidemiology as a field of study.
Tackling the Climate Crisis
Watch Vice Provost Stock’s virtual Harvard Alumni Association event, where he shared, along with three faculty members, the University’s multi-disciplinary approach to combating climate change.
Climate Change Solutions Fund
Supporting research and policy initiatives intended to reduce the risks of climate change, hasten the transition from fossil fuel, understand and prepare for the impacts of climate change, and propel innovations.
You may also be interested in: The Harvard-China Project on Energy, Economy and Environment; Harvard Environmental Economics Program
Harvard University Center for the Environment
Office for Sustainability
Climate Change Solutions Fund launches eighth cycle
Applications are being accepted now for the 2021-22 Climate Change Solutions Fund grants cycle, with a deadline of Feb. 7, 2022. Eligible faculty and students are invited to submit proposals for funding up to $150,000 for projects of one or two years in duration.
After world leaders depart, hard talks begin at COP26
Pledges and coalitions, mitigation and adaptation, taking to the streets and fringe music fests as conference winds down
Separating signal from noise at COP26
Harvard Kennedy School’s Rob Stavins offers cautiously positive assessment
Dispatch from COP26
Emilly Fan ’22 details urgent Commonwealth warnings, time in Blue Zone, good news for South Africa, and Leonardo DiCaprio sighting