Harvard Climate Week will explore multiple dimensions of climate change

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A series of lectures and events hosted by Harvard University from April 24 – 28 will explore the multiple dimensions of climate change, as well as its impact on people and the planet. The week-long program will give the Harvard community, as well as the interested public, exposure to some of the best scholarship and thinking related to climate change across the University’s Schools

“Climate Week” is hosted by the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE), in cooperation with a wide variety of partner institutions across the Harvard campus. Lectures will feature faculty and outside experts exploring a wide range of topics from the human health and ecosystem impacts of climate change to the social cost of carbon, agriculture in a warming world, regional resiliency planning, and bringing climate data into the classroom.

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In coordination with the announcement of Climate Week, HUCE has launched the “Harvard Speaks on Climate” website where visitors can hear from a multi-disciplinary group of faculty discussing the complexities of climate change from the varied perspectives of law, business, and public policy, to the sciences and engineering, public health, design, and the humanities.

Each video in the collection leads to an individual faculty page with more resources for those who want to dig deeper: additional videos from that faculty member, a selection of their publications, as well as faculty bios and links to their webpages.