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Graduate Consortium on Energy & Environment

This community of doctoral students explores the broad, interconnected issues of energy and environment.

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Caring About Climate—Close to Home

Harvard faculty members Stephen Ansolabehere, Dustin Tingley, and Joseph Aldy poll the public to gauge energy perceptions.

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Social Action & Climate Change

Harvard activists and scholars debate the role of social movements in confronting climate issues.

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Scholars discuss legal fate of EPA proposal during HUCE event
10/15/2015 - 2:22pm
People are only willing to pay 5 percent more in energy bills to help stop climate change, says a study
10/09/2015 - 1:46pm
Rebecca Henderson
Harvard Business School
Business/Public Policy, Climate, Energy
Joanna Aizenberg
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
School of Engineering & Applied Sciences

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The Harvard Graduate Consortium on Energy and Environment is fostering a new community of doctoral students who will be well versed in the broad, interconnected issues of energy and environment while maintaining their focus in their primary discipline. Through debate and dialogue in coursework and seminars, students will be able to identify the obstacles, highlight the opportunities, and define the discussion of an energy strategy for the 21st century and beyond. Learn more.

Business/Public Policy
Energy is the lifeblood of economic activity, and there is little prospect of this changing....
A new field of greenhouse gas emissions management has emerged, which specializes in helping...
An introduction to the role of technology in environmental sciences with an emphasis on solving...