Harvard Extension School

The dismantling of programs has been a dominant aspect of US environmental policy since 2017 and has had substantial negative impacts. How can the system be restored and function better than before?

This course explores corporate sustainability through a collaboration with Harvard Business School Online.

What do gardens in cities do for people? Urban agriculture is a catch-all term that covers community gardens, vegetable plots at prisons, didactically-minded gardens in schoolyards, gardens planted illegally on vacant lots, high-tech hydroponic companies, and farmers' markets.

Land and water conservation has become an important tool for both sustainable development and biodiversity conservation around the world. More than 15 percent of the world's terrestrial area and 10 percent of coastal waters are now encompassed within protected areas.

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