Events

    2022 Oct 03

    Gutman Library Virtual Book Talk: The Voices of the Trees

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Graduate School of Education—Online

    Dive into a parallel world of the lives of trees where they show us how we humans harm nature, living beings, resources, the climate, being part of the same ecosystem and causing great damage to our planet. The trees teach us to be more caring and collaborative with our environment through six different stories developed in a different country within the Americas in different contexts such as a plaza, a park, a school, a museum, and a nature reserve.

    This book will help children discover different relevant aspects of global citizenship, a theme that has been recognized as a...

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    2022 Jun 09

    A global perspective on sustainable growth: A Q&A with Mamphela Ramphele

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    The Studio at the Harvard Chan School—Online

    Mamphela Ramphele, the celebrated activist, physician, businesswoman, and political thinker, envisions a world that is equitable, sustainable, and peaceful. As co-president of The Club of Rome, Ramphele brings together leaders from around the globe to think through the urgent challenges of our day. In this Q&A, she'll discuss her vision, and she'll reflect on lessons learned from her remarkable career.

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    2022 Feb 17

    Askwith Education Forums: How K–12 Schools Can Take Action on Climate Change

    1:00pm to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Graduate School of Education—Online

    Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time—and schools have a sizable environmental impact. There are nearly 100,000 public K-12 schools in the United States occupying 2 million acres of land and producing 53,000 tons of food waste. Schools operate one of the largest mass transportation fleets in the country with 480,000 school buses, and they are one of the largest public energy consumers.

    We'll talk with national education leaders—members of an Aspen Institute bipartisan commission that recently released a...

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