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Ecological Principle for Sustainable Crop... A third of all crops, and more than 85 percent of flowering plants, depend on animal pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Declining pollinator populations therefore pose a significant threat to biodiversity, crop yields, and human health across the globe. Conservation and management of...

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New life for Harvard's compost Compostable materials collected on Harvard's campus are used to produce energy.

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The Medical Response to Climate Change: What... Please join us for a panel discussion on "The Medical Response to Climate Change: What Can We Do?" featuring Paul Farmer, Gina McCarthy, Aaron Bernstein, Mary Rice and Ashish Jha. Registration is free, but required. Register now

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Unseen Connections: A Natural History of Cell... Joshua A. Bell, Curator of Globalization, Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Cell phones are among people’s most prized possessions. They play an important role in daily life, facilitating everything from communications with others to the...

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Road Safety For All: Innovations in Road... Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Dean Michelle Williams will kick off the program at 9:00 am with opening remarks. The symposium will feature two keynotes, delivered by Piyush Tewari, MPA and Adnan A. Hyder, MD, MPH, PhD, and two panels of experts on Road Traffic Injury Prevention and...

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Supporting innovation in food Join the HLS Food Law Society & the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology for a discussion about what role the law can play in supporting innovative food technologies. Plant-based meats, genetically modified seeds, and lab-grown meats are just a few fields in which science is being used to...

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Getting sustainability done: A panel of Chief... Come hear from a panel of Chief Sustainability Officers about the front-line challenges and lessons from implementing sustainability practices at a variety of corporations. Heather Henriksen - CSO, Harvard University Dr. Neil Hawkins - CSO, Dow Chemical Amanda DeSantis - VP, Sustainability &...

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HGSE “In sight, in mind" Waste Audit In honor of Earth Day (April 22, which falls on a Sunday this year), Arts in Education master’s candidates Josie Davis and Shanti Scutt-Norman invite you to check out what we actually throw in our bins labeled “trash.” Come by to participate in their waste audit or just to play...

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Restoring Peatlands in Russia: For Fire... Peatlands play a crucial role in climate change mitigation and fire prevention. Yet as they are drained for agriculture, forestry, and peat extraction – and subsequently abandoned – they release greenhouse gases, pose serious fire hazards, and threaten local biodiversity, all of which...

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A Healthy Harvard: Scaling Sustainability Design Museum Mornings with Heather Henriksen, Harvard University, Office for Sustainability We spend a majority of our time indoors, so what role can building owners play in making those spaces healthier and more climate-friendly? As the Director of Harvard’s Office for Sustainability,...

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