All articles related to "climate change":

A call for redesigning American streets

In this week’s podcast we’ll explore how America’s streets can be redesigned to benefit bicyclists and pedestrians—and we’ll explain why doing so may even help mitigate the effects of climate change.

Speaking up for climate science

Despite efforts by the Trump administration to roll back environmental regulations and slash the budget of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)—where she served as administrator during President Barack Obama’s second term—Gina McCarthy is feeling optimistic about the…

Businesses and health

Harvard researchers are trying to change how companies think about their impact on their communities, their customers, and our planet.

Curbing climate change means protecting health

Climate change isn’t just about stronger hurricanes, warmer temperatures, and melting ice caps—it’s about public health, according to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Gina McCarthy. In a July 6, 2018 interview in US News & World…

Gift Establishes Climate Change Innovation Fund

The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health announced a gift of $2 million from Lisa Schwartz and Mark Schwartz, AB ’76, MBA ’78, MPP ’79, to establish the Schwartz Family Innovation Fund for Climate Change and Sustainability.…