A professor and a marketing professional try a new tack in climate-change communications. Students, scholars, and leaders throughout the Harvard community who are confronting climate change and all its effects. Read more about Wendy. Hear more from Dan. Learn more about A.
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Kennedy School professor talks about steps needed for meaningful police reform. Climate Change Solutions Fund awards recognize nine projects around the world. Harvard students share thoughts, fears, plans to meet environmental challenges. Stories of people committed to public purpose and to making a positive difference in communities throughout the country. New businesses emerge and old favorites awaken after a long pandemic year. People in our social networks influence the food we eat — both healthy and unhealthy — according to a large study of hospital employees.
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Since the mids, compounds containing the mineral fluoride have been added to community water supplies throughout the U. Health concerns expressed by opponents have largely been dismissed until recently. Last summer, for the first time in 53 years, the U. Public Health Service lowered its recommended levels of fluoride in drinking water. Beginning in the early 20th century, scientists linked high levels of naturally occurring fluoride in certain community water supplies to low levels of tooth decay.
Like it or not, more employees are going back to work. With roughly million Americans now having received at least one vaccine shot as of Sunday — about half of U. What results on the other side of it, though — a return to a traditional office-first model, hybrid employment, or permanent WFH — will depend on an employer's specific cost-benefit analysis of factors including company culture, and talent and productivity to be gained or lost.