You’ve Been Invited to The Garbage Games

Blood rushes to the surface of your skin as your heart races and adrenaline pounds through your veins. A bead of sweat rolls off your cheek and splashes on the floor. In an instant, the games have begun. Shrieks echo off the walls as you wade through a pile of refuse, fighting for the highest… Continue reading You’ve Been Invited to The Garbage Games

Green Living is Hiring

Take this opportunity to share your passion for sustainable living with your fellow students and to show your creativity and leadership. The HBS Green Living Program, a peer-to-peer education program that promotes sustainable living among the student body, is hiring. Through campaigns and outreach events, Representatives aim to reduce fellow students’ energy and water consumption… Continue reading Green Living is Hiring

This is Green Week!

A survey of HBS students reveals that the majority find the Graduate Green Living Program to be effective, particularly in the areas of resource conservation and recycling. The program’s communication materials and initiatives have motivated many students to adopt energy, water and paper saving measures. They feel that they will continue to implement green measures… Continue reading This is Green Week!

HBS Dorm Energy Competition and SFP/OWA Energy Challenge Wrap up–McCulloch Wins Another Year!

Green Living had an exciting Fall Semester including a number of activities focused on making HBS students more aware of the sustainability efforts around campus. As students prepare for a fresh start with the Spring Semester, Green Living reps prepare for new campaigns and student outreach. One of the most visible green activities this fall… Continue reading HBS Dorm Energy Competition and SFP/OWA Energy Challenge Wrap up–McCulloch Wins Another Year!

Introducing the Green Living Reps

It’s likely that if you live in the dormitories, Soldiers Field Park, One Western or Peabody Terrace you have seen posters of your Green Living Representatives. These representatives are part of the Graduate Green Living Program, a peer to peer educational program. Representatives educate and promote sustainable behaviors to their colleagues throughout the year with… Continue reading Introducing the Green Living Reps

The Green Year in Review

The Green Living Program has been an active part of the HBS community the past year. The goal of the program is to promote more responsible, environmentally conscious behaviors among students. The program’s goals are well aligned with the mission of the Harvard Business School – to educate leaders who make a difference in the… Continue reading The Green Year in Review

Green Living: Sustainability at HBS

Meghan Duggan, Manager of Energy and Sustainable Services for Harvard Business School, works with the HBS community, Harvard University and Operations to identify and implement sustainable measures. In this interview, she shares her perspective on how HBS is doing in its sustainability efforts. Harbus: What are the HBS sustainability goals and what are the key… Continue reading Green Living: Sustainability at HBS

Green Living: Hamilton is Green

On the far corner of campus overlooking the Charles River sits Hamilton Hall-one of the most talked about residences among both returning and new students this year. This is no surprise since it is newly renovated and offers dorm rooms that are far more spacious than other residence hall offerings. One returning EC described it… Continue reading Green Living: Hamilton is Green

Green Living: HBS Students and Corporate Partner to Offset Their Carbon Emissions

The HBS Green Week carbon neutrality initiative concluded last week when the Business and Environment Club received sponsorship from Waste Management, Inc., the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. Together, HBS students and Waste Management will purchase and retire Chicago Climate Exchange Carbon Financial Instruments, representing 700 metric tons of… Continue reading Green Living: HBS Students and Corporate Partner to Offset Their Carbon Emissions

Think Green! Kick-Off to First-Ever Res Hall Energy Competition

What do a recyclable toothbrush, a used-battery bag and vegetarian sushi have in common? Well, you could pick them all up Thursday, January 26, when the Green Living Rep Program for HBS dorms hosted its kick-off event in the “cozy” lounge of McCulloch Hall. Free wine and beer no doubt helped boost attendance. Over 60… Continue reading Think Green! Kick-Off to First-Ever Res Hall Energy Competition