With the right investments and protections, “blue foods”—seafood including fish, molluscs, and aquatic plants—can reduce hunger and improve nutrition globally, according to Harvard Chan School's Christopher Golden.
More than half of the world’s coral reef fisheries do not meet one of two key sustainability benchmarks, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
Two faculty members from Harvard Chan School are among 19 from across Harvard selected to receive support from the Salata Institute Seed Grant Program, launched in April to fund interdisciplinary research in climate and sustainability.
Two entrepreneurial ventures cofounded by Harvard Chan School alumni received prizes in the 2023 Harvard President’s Innovation Challenge.
Flora Jiaxuan Xu, SM ’23, studies how building design can improve people’s well-being.
Pollination loss removes healthy foods from global diets, increases chronic diseases causing excess deaths
Inadequate pollination has led to a 3-5% loss of fruit, vegetable, and nut production and an estimated 427,000 excess deaths annually from lost healthy food consumption and associated diseases, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain cancers, according…
A new Lancet Commission report offers detailed policy recommendations aimed at reducing the dangers of COVID-19, forestalling the next pandemic, and enabling the world to proceed with goals of sustainable development, human rights, and peace.
A new extreme heat toolkit aims to provide information for healthcare providers, patients, and clinics on how to handle the serious health impacts of high temperatures.
A hematology fellow from Australia, Eddie Cliff, MPH ’22, cares just as deeply about the well-being of his patients as he does about improving health systems as a whole. He’s also a writer published in the New York…
Will Koh’s childhood interest in the origins of the food on his plate has taken him from an apprenticeship at a whole-animal butcher shop to a position he started in January as a scientist on the nutrition, health,…