Events

    2021 Oct 15

    Why Biodiversity Matters: Science and Society in Brazil

    3:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    Zoom

    Join Harvard DRCLAS, MCZ, and OEB for a panel discussion on how understanding biodiversity can contribute to our ability to use bioinspired designs offering climate change solutions, such as more efficient energy use, harnessing of ecosystem services, management of potential insect pests and invasive species, and identification of zoonotic reserviors that potentially harbor disease.... Read more about Why Biodiversity Matters: Science and Society in Brazil

    2020 Nov 17

    Theodore Roosevelt: Writer and Conservationist

    12:00pm

    Location: 

    Zoom

    Houghton Library & Harvard Review present Researchers in Conversation. Join Heather Cole, author of "Theodore Roosevelt: A Descriptive Bibliography", and David Gessner, author of "Leave It As It Is: A Journey Through Theodore Roosevelt's American Wilderness", as they discuss Theodore Roosevelt's modern legacy and what it was like to work with the Roosevelt Collections at Houghton Library. Session will be recorded and conversation will be followed by a Q&A.... Read more about Theodore Roosevelt: Writer and Conservationist

    2020 Oct 29

    Climate Change: Scientific Bases and Questions for Debate

    11:00am to 12:30pm

    Location: 

    Zoom

    What are the scientific bases of climate change? What are the key issues to consider? In collaboration with Harvard University, the Naturgy Foundation and the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) invites you for a presentation and discussion of the recently coordinated study. Moderated by Professor and HUCE Director Dan Schrag.... Read more about Climate Change: Scientific Bases and Questions for Debate

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