Harvard's Elizabeth Willetts Discusses COP28 on Health Living Healthy Planet Radio
Harvard's Elizabeth Willett discusses the climate-health intersection and COP28 in this podcast episode.
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Satellite Detection of Methane Emissions
Professors Daniel Jacob and Steven Wofsy delve into their groundbreaking research on the satellite detection of methane emissions.
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate and Health
Professor Kari Nadeau delved into the critical intersection of climate and health as part of the 'Harvard Speaks on Climate Change' virtual event series.
Careers in Climate Action: Ben Webster and Jason Neff on Decarbonization and Innovation
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.
Careers in Climate Action: Sanjay Seth on Climate Careers in Public Service
On November 7th, 2023, Harvard students and alumni heard from Sanjay Seth, Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor for Climate and Equity for US EPA Region 1. Watch the recording.
HBS Dean Srikant Datar on Business and Climate Change
Dean Srikant Datar talks about the importance of climate change as a business topic, the role of business leaders in driving climate solutions, and the ways in which Harvard Business School is leveraging its platform to accelerate progress on this topic.
Thu, Sep 21, 2023
Building Our Resilient Future: Education Driving Hope, Innovation, and Action
Join us as we highlight an action-oriented agenda for the education sector — with innovation and engagement as drivers for climate resilience. In two morning-panel conversations in Askwith Hall, we'll show how schools, leaders, and communities are making an impact in mitigating climate change, creating collaborative learning opportunities, and advancing equity in community approaches. Then, in an informal and energetic afternoon session we're calling the Solutions Showcase, we'll gather in Gutman Library to explore ways to accelerate progress and to act with hope and urgency. And we'll ask participants to share stories of where they are finding momentum now.
Climate Policy in Action: A Conversation with Nat Keohane
On May 10, 2023, Professor Henry Lee, Senior Lecturer at Harvard Kennedy School and Director of the Belfer Center’s Environment and Natural Resources Program (ENRP), hosted a conversation with Harvard alum Nat Keohane (PhD 2001), President of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and an Obama White House veteran, about putting climate policy in action to get on track for net-zero emissions by 2050. The event, held in the JFK Jr. Forum, was part of Harvard Climate Action Week, and was co-sponsored by ENRP, the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, the Harvard Alumni for Climate and the Environment, and the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability.
Next in Food Sustainability and Climate Change | Niki Rust
What does climate change mean for our food systems? How do our food production and consumption habits contribute to the climate crisis? The four speakers in this year’s program explore the complex interplay of food and climate change, challenging and illuminating our unsustainable relationships with meat and water, soil and sea. The presentations adopt both regional and international perspectives—from the depletion of fish stocks in the United States to crop failures in rural communities in the Global South—while highlighting mitigation and adaptation strategies in these areas.