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.
Established in 2017, the mission of the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Environmental Justice Student Organization is to create space for students, faculty, and the Harvard-wide community to discuss and raise awareness about environmental justice (EJ) issues locally and globally, and work towards addressing these injustices in our communities at Harvard, locally, and beyond.
A community of graduate students committed to tackling environmental issues. This student organization connects GSAS students across disciplines to work together on environmental issues of common interest and immediate concern.
The mission of the Harvard College Conservation Society is to assist conservation-related NGO’s worldwide in advocating, publicizing, and working on both international and local projects that focus on sustainable development, wildlife protection, ecotourism, and environmental conservation.
Harvard Plant Futures is a student-led organization based at Harvard University that is broadly focused on plant-based food systems and related issues. We are part of the greater mission to bring about a more ethical, sustainable, healthy, accessible, culturally appropriate, and efficient plant-based food system.