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    Summer Undergraduate Research Fund

    The Center for the Environment’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fund provides financial support for student research projects related to the environment. In the context of this program, 'environment' refers to understanding the relationships and balances of the natural and constructed world around us, with a particular emphasis on understanding how anthropogenic activities and policies affect the environment, including the intimate relationships between energy use and demand, environmental integrity and quality, human health, and climate change.... Read more about Summer Undergraduate Research Fund

    Surviving the Century with Martin Rees

    October 1, 2018 - "The Trump Administration's Rollback of U.S. Climate Policy" with Martin Rees, Former President, The Royal Society; Emeritus Professor of Cosmology & Astrophysics, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Trinity College. With discussants Sheila Jasanoff, Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies, HKS, and Daniel Schrag, Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology; Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, SEAS; Director, HUCE.... Read more about Surviving the Century with Martin Rees

    Ecological Systems in the Anthropocene: "Hope and Despair: Communicating an Uncertain Future"

    November 29, 2017 - "Hope and Despair: Communicating an Uncertain Future" with Nikhil Advani, Lead Specialist, Climate, Communities and Biodiversity, World Wildlife Fund; Nancy Knowlton, Sant Chair for Marine Science, Smithsonian Institution; David Wallace-Wells, Author of "The Unhabitable Earth," New York Magazine; Cam Webb, Research Affiliate, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; and moderated by Elizabeth Wolkovich, Assistant Professor, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University

    ... Read more about Ecological Systems in the Anthropocene: "Hope and Despair: Communicating an Uncertain Future"

    Climate Week: "Human Imprints on the Tree of Life: Using Evolutionary History to Understand What is Being Lost and What to Save"

    April 27, 2017 - "Human Imprints on the Tree of Life: Using Evolutionary History to Understand What is Being Lost, and What to Save," with Sandra Diaz, Córdoba National University (Argentina) and Argentine National Research Council; Michael Donoghue, Yale University; Kate Jones, University College London; Ana Rodrigues, The French National Center for Scientific Research; and moderated by Jonathan Davies, McGill University

    ... Read more about Climate Week: "Human Imprints on the Tree of Life: Using Evolutionary History to Understand What is Being Lost and What to Save"

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