Internal Funding Opportunities

CCSF Review Committee Members 2014- 2016

Members of the CCSF Review Committee 2014 – 2016

Richard D. MuCullough – Vice Provost for Research; Professor of Materials Science

Jeremy Bloxham (FAS) – Mallinckrodt Professor of Geophysics, Department of Earth and Planetary   Sciences; Dean of Science

William Clark (HKS) – Harvey Brooks Professor of International Science, Public Policy and Human Development

Claudine Gay (FAS) - Wilbur A. Cowett Professor of Government and African American Studies

Tina Grotzer (GSE) – Associate Professor of Education

James Hammitt (HSPH) – Read more about CCSF Review Committee Members 2014- 2016

2014 Climate Change Solutions Fund Award Winners

Reducing Food Waste As A Key to Addressing Climate Change
Emily Broad Leib, Harvard Law School 

Currently, food waste contributes significantly to global greenhouse gas emissions. In this regard, the Food Law and Policy Clinic proposes to identify key legal and policy levers that impact how much food is wasted by researching and advocating for changes in state and federal legislation regarding the expiration date system used on food Read more about 2014 Climate Change Solutions Fund Award Winners

Who will be eligible to apply?

All full-time Harvard faculty – and students with identified faculty mentors – will be eligible to apply for Climate Change Solutions Fund research grants. 

How much funding is available?

Research grants of up to $150,000 will be available. Up to $1 million in total grant funding is to be allocated for the upcoming funding rounds. 

About the Fund

The prospect of long-term global climate change—as well as immediate threats to the natural environment—requires the transformation of the energy system on which we rely.  Eighty percent of the world’s energy is currently derived from the combustion of fossil fuels.  Meeting the anticipated growth in world energy demand—from population growth as well as rising living standards in emerging economies—through reliance on these resources alone would be difficult, costly, and environmentally damaging.  Two of the greatest challenges of our time are to change the energy system and infrastructure Read more about About the Fund