A distinguished panel considers why Congress failed to pass economy-wide measures to cap carbon emissions.
The University announces a new Social Choice Fund on the heels of fossil-fuel divestment controversy.
Letters on American competitiveness, free will, climate change, and more
Arctic mercury pollution flows from rivers, not the atmosphere.
Link to climate change seen
Profile of a scholar and adviser to presidents on energy policy and climate change policy
John Briscoe tackles water insecurity around the world.
Six Harvard faculty experts on taking action against global warming
Reducing our dependence on imported oil—while addressing the threat of climate change
The world’s most fragile marine ecosystems are in decline.
Students grapple with the fate of the rainforest in a changing climate.
Deciphering sea levels
This is what a new study by a team including Harvard scientists, using a Walden Woods dataset begun by Henry David Thoreau, suggests.