Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability
In June we announced the creation of the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability, a groundbreaking new entity that will advance and catalyze research programs across all of Harvard’s Schools and enable comprehensive cross-University education in climate and the environment.
From our campus to the world
Climate research is no longer a topic only for environmental scientists; so many of our students, scholars, scientists, and artists are focused on this growing crisis. A recent report explores how Harvard can leverage these strengths to address this enormously complex, global problem head-on.
The work we do now is for a future we may never see. But … [it] may be the most consequential work that any of us will ever do.”
Lindi von Mutius, sustainability program director at Harvard Extension School
By supporting rigorous interdisciplinary research, I believe that we can generate powerful new tools for reducing … the climate crisis.”
Tomiko Brown-Nagin, dean of Harvard Radcliffe Institute, on the Climate Change Initiative
Nothing is inevitable; everything’s evitable; and that’s really important.”
Michael Pollan, celebrated author, professor of the practice of nonfiction at Harvard, and Weather Reports featured speaker
MethaneSAT … is a satellite that will measure, detect, and quantify methane emissions globally, at an unprecedented resolution."
Ju Chulakadabba, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Ph.D. student in Environmental Science and Engineering.