Hosted jointly by the Harvard Chan-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health and Biogen, this symposium will feature presentations by a panel of experts, and serve as a launchpad to explore the current state of the literature on air pollution and dementia.... Read more about Air Pollution and Dementia Symposium
Elizabeth Fretheim, Head of Business Development, Nikola, and David Keatley, HBS MBA ’21, will discuss how the motor company is disrupting the transportation industry and helping fleet customers evolve to a zero-emission future with hydrogen fuel-cell and battery-electric vehicles.... Read more about HUCEG Speaker Webinar: Nikola Motor Company
Angelica Patterson, Columbia/LDEO, will present "Seeing the Forest for the Trees: A Look into the Physiological Responses of Temperate Trees in a Warming World."... Read more about Harvard Forest Seminar
Elizabeth Kolbert, journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, will sit down with Daniel Schrag, Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology, Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, and Director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE), as part of the recently revived Green Conversations series hosted by HUCE. The series brings thought leaders from the worlds of science, government, business, media, and non-profit organizations into conversation with Harvard faculty.... Read more about Green Conversations: Elizabeth Kolbert
As part of the Climate Solutions Deep-Dives program, Robert Stavins, A.J. Meyer Professor of Energy & Economic Development, HKS; Natalie Unterstell MPA ‘16, HKS and one of Brazil’s former climate negotiators; and Tina Latif MPA ‘20, HKS and one of the lead negotiators of the Paris Agreement, will discuss the impact of the US’s recent re-entry to the Paris Agreement and the future of international climate negotiations.... Read more about The US and the Paris Agreement: What’s Next?