Professor Bruno Carvalho writes how the rainforest and its Indigenous groups face existential threats in a recent op-ed.... Read more about The Amazon Will Soon Burn Again
From college philosophy student to Peace Corps volunteer, Robert Stavins discusses his path to environmental economics at Harvard and the pragmatic questions that motivate him... Read more about HUCE Faculty Profile: Robert Stavins
A Q&A with Professor Elsie Sunderland on the deregulation of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants... Read more about What the EPA's Mercury Decision Means for Public Health
The Arctic Indigenous Youth Leadership Study Group features Indigenous and youth leaders as they share their experiences and expertise from life in the Arctic.... Read more about Arctic Initiative Study Group: Indigenous Youth Leadership
This week's discussion will be about "Solar Geoengineering and the US-China Rivalry."... Read more about Solar Geoengineering Policy Seminar
Tuesday, October 18 - "Looking Up: How Coalitions of Bottom-Up Organizations are Driving Action for Sustainable Development"
Rachel Kyte, CEO of Sustainable Energy for All and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General... Read more about Science & Democracy: Rachel Kyte
April 20, 2016 - Science & Democracy: "The Elusive Demos: Democracy in the Digital Age"... Read more about Science & Democracy: "The Elusive Demos: Democracy in the Digital Age"
2016 HKS Professors Jody Freeman and Richard Lazarus, Moderated by Kate Konschnik