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The Sustainability Science Program sponsors the weekly Fellows Seminar and the Frontiers in Sustainable Development occasional seminar. Also listed are a number of other seminars and calendars of events that may of interest. For those with a regional interest, we urge you to visit Harvard's regional centers for a list of their events.
Occasional speaker series
Series that hosts presentations and discussions of sustainable development by researchers from Harvard and visitors from the wider world. Students, fellows, research staff, and faculty are invited.
Wednesdays, 4:00 - 5:30, L-382
This is an advanced research seminar on selected topics in environmental and resource economics. Emphasizes theoretical models, quantitative empirical analysis, and public policy applications. Includes presentations by invited outside speakers. Students taking the seminar for credit prepare critiques of presented papers and prepare a research paper of their own.
Thursdays, 11:40 - 1:00, location TBA
The Women and Public Policy Seminar focuses on gender and decisionmaking, negotiation, the economy, politics, and security.
Finding a secure, safe and reliable source of energy to power world economic growth will be one of the great challenges of this century. The Harvard University Center for the Environment invites the Harvard community to take up the challenge by participating in this ongoing series of discussions.
Chris Nielsen / 1-617-496-2378