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The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability

A groundbreaking new home for research, teaching, and engagement, the Salata Institute was established to serve as a fulcrum for collaboration across Harvard’s many areas of expertise, pursuing practical, real-world solutions that address all aspects of the climate crisis.

“Climate change cuts across School boundaries, and tackling the challenge of climate change is a quintessential example of how we can draw on all of Harvard’s strengths.”

James Stock, Vice Provost for Climate and Sustainability

Environmental Endeavors at Harvard


Funding for climate and sustainability research

The Salata Institute offers two core funding opportunities for climate and sustainability research across Harvard University: the Climate Research Clusters program and the Seed Grant Program in Climate and Sustainability.

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Office for Sustainability

Harvard is using its campus as a living laboratory for piloting and implementing solutions that create a sustainable and resilient community focused on health and well-being.

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You may also be interested in: Harvard Forest; Center for Green Buildings and Cities

Other climate & sustainability opportunities