Environmental Science & Engineering (ESE)

The Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Environmental Science & Engineering.

The Harvard University Center for the Environment provides a list of Harvard courses related to environmental studies and various research areas across Harvard's Schools.

The Future of Climate Education at Harvard University, Report from the Office of the Vice Provost for Climate & Sustainability.

Library Resources

Library Research Guides across Harvard


  • Environment at a Glance - A quick guide to key research resources at Harvard in environmental and sustainability studies, by the Environmental and Sustainability Librarian,  George Clark.
  • Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences - Michael Leach is the Librarian for Earth and Planetary Sciences

HKS - Harvard Kennedy School

HBS - Harvard Business School

  • SUSTAINABILITY - A joint effort of MBA Career and Professional Development, HBS Business and the Environment Initiative, MBA Sustainability Club, and Baker Library, this guide serves as a starting point for sustainability-related research.
  • ENERGY - This guide highlights key resources available at Baker Library that covers various topics in the energy space. Topic examples can be conventional energy and renewable energy, energy distribution, pricing, energy efficiency, technology and related IP landscape, and building materials.  
  • AGRIBUSINESS - Agribusiness encompasses the monetary and organizational complexities embedded in the global food production process. This resource guide culls together sources with relevant agribusiness information, including, among other things, topics such as food security, agricultural law, and biofuels.
  • Business & Environment - Climate Change 

HLS - Harvard Law School