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June 13, 2017
Harvard Gazette

By Alvin Powell, Harvard Staff Writer

Though other nations appear to be standing firm on their climate commitments, and U.S. states, cities, and business leaders have reaffirmed...

June 13, 2017
The New York Times

By The Editorial Board

Until recently, China and India have been cast as obstacles, at the very least reluctant conscripts, in the battle against climate change. That...

May 22, 2017
The New York Times

By Jody Freeman

One of the signal achievements of the Obama administration was reaching an agreement with the auto industry to dramatically increase fuel efficiency standards for...

March 8, 2017
Harvard Gazette

By Colin Durrant, Harvard Correspondent

The wells that plunge 1,500 feet under Radcliffe Yard are out of sight to those walking over them. But to the facilities team there, they...

December 8, 2016
Harvard Environmental Law Program

By Jody Freeman

The stunning results of the 2016 election have prompted headlines suggesting that Trump will, with the help of the Republican Congress, dramatically reverse...

November 11, 2016
The New York Times

By Ian Austen

OTTAWA — Protests. Hunger strikes. Sit-ins that disrupt construction. At the immense Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam project in a remote and rugged part of...

November 10, 2016