New in the Harvard Business Review: usinesses are increasingly joining together as part of climate alliances to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels. But these alliances raise antitrust issues: When competitors collaborate, it can come at the expense of customers or workers. To mitigate these concerns, climate alliances need to invest in voluntary disclosure to build trust among policymakers and the public.
On October 30th, 2023, Harvard students and alumni heard about careers in decarbonization and innovation from Ben Webster, Director of Policy at MiQ (Methane Intelligence) and Jason Neff, Soil and Climate Innovation Principal Scientist at Syngenta Group.
Seven new collaborative student projects will be funded through the Salata Institute Student Organization Funding Program. The projects range from a new climate justice seminar series to a university-wide network for climate and health faculty and students.