Harvard University recently released its updated Sustainability Action Plan. First adopted in 2014, this strategic roadmap is built around three pillars of climate, equity, and health, and offers a unifying and holistic vision for creating a more sustainable institution, and in turn a more sustainable world.
“Harvard has a critical role to play in putting into practice the discovery and innovation that can combat climate change,” said Harvard University President Larry Bacow. “We are committed to advancing effective and scalable solutions that not only help us achieve our institutional goals but also create effective models for others to adjust and adopt. Our work in these areas is essential as humanity seeks to address growing challenges around the world.”
Harvard’s Sustainability Action Plan identifies priorities and strategies for accelerating action through its operations to protect the climate, advance a more equitable society, and promote the well-being of people now and in the future.
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