Headshots of Holly Samuelson, Jonathan Grinham, and Jim Stock
February 28, 2024
4:30 - 5:30 p.m. ET
Virtual Event
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Open to alumni, Registration required
Real time captioning available
Harvard Alumni Education | haa_alumnieducation@harvard.edu | 617-495-1920
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Join the alumni YouTube livestream to hear Harvard Graduate School of Design Professors Holly Samuelson and Jonathan Grinham discuss how green building design is adapting and evolving in the context of renewable energy sources. The faculty will explore how renewable energy sources are integrated into building design to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and minimize carbon emissions. Vice Provost for Climate and Sustainability and Director of the Salata Institute, Jim Stock, will host.

This program is coordinated through the Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) and the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and will be livestreamed to the alumni community in collaboration with the Harvard Alumni Association. You can sign up for the Salata Institute's email mailing list here.

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