Harvard has "provided $7.7 million in funding for ten projects involving 20 faculty studying climate change and the environment through the Harvard Global Institute, launched in 2015 to support international engagement on pressing global challenges."
On November 7, 2017, HGI will host a symposium on “Finding Solutions: Climate Change Economics, Policy, and Implications for Business” at the Harvard Center Shanghai. Forest L. Reinhardt, John D. Black Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and Robert N. Stavins, A. J. Meyer Professor of Energy & Economic Development at the Harvard Kennedy School, will share their perspectives in a panel discussion.
Deconstructing the multifarious and complex questions around migration and globalization may be the most direct route to a solution for the migration crisis facing the world today, Harvard experts said last week. Questions about its ethical, legal, social, cultural, and economic implications were the focus of the Harvard Global Institute’s second annual symposium on effecting resolution to critical issues.
The Harvard Project on Climate Agreements conducted a research workshop at the Harvard Center Shanghai on September 27, 2017, to examine how national governments in the region might cooperate to address the problem of climate change. This workshop was supported through the HGI project grant, Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions: International Cooperation in East Asia.
The second annual HGI symposium will take place on October 12, 2017. Co-hosted by President Drew Faust, the event will focus on migration and the modern world, the economic and political consequences of migration, and migration and social obligation. Moderators include Homi Bhabha, Anne F. Rothenberg Professor of the Humanities; Jennifer Hochschild, Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government and Professor of African and African American Studies; and Michèle Lamont, Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies and Professor of Sociology and of African...