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Harvard Briefs Congress on Climate

In anticipation of the issues that will be raised at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, the Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment (HCHGE) participated in a briefing last Friday on Capitol Hill.

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The Freshmen Resource Efficiency Program lined the back tables of Annenburg yesterday with gallon-sized water jugs representing the amount of water used during different shower time lengths. 20 gallons is the amount of water used during a 10 minute shower.

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City To Hold Climate Congress

An emergency “climate congress” charged with finding solutions to local environmental problems and recommending new government programs will convene in ...

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Mexican Bus System Honored

The Mexico City Metrobús, a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, was awarded the John F. Kennedy School of Government 2009 Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership yesterday.

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Studying in the Yard

French A students enjoyed class in Harvard Yard yesterday morning. Golden leaves, bright sunshine, and a temperature in the upper 60s brought a rare summery feeling to November.

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Harvard professors Daniel Schrag and Joel Schwartz join NRDC Executive Director Peter H. Lehner ’80 at the Science Center yesterday to talk about bringing climate change from science to legislation.

Events

Panel Debates Climate Policy

The executive director of a prominent environmental action group and two Harvard professors debated the best path to passage for pending environmental legislation at a panel discussion in the Science Center yesterday.

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Harvard Signs Wind Power Contract

Harvard inked a deal yesterday to purchase 10 percent of annual electricity consumed on its Cambridge and Allston campuses from a leading wind provider in New England.

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Peter H. Lehner ’80, who directs the National Resource Defense Center, speaks in the Science Center about strategy for moving greenhouse gas legislation through the U.S. Congress.

Student Life

Rally Calls for Climate Action

As part of International Day of Climate Action, members of the Harvard community rallied this weekend to draw attention to ...

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Students Ask For Clean Energy

Vocal appeals for climate change action filled the lawn outside the Science Center yesterday as Massachusetts Power Shift, a statewide ...

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