Center for Health and the Global Environment
The Center for Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health was founded in 1996 to research and communicate the connections between human health and our environment, and to accelerate the changes needed to ensure a healthy, sustainable, and prosperous future.
Global Initiative on Caregiving for the Elderly at Harvard
The Global Initiative on Caregiving for the Elderly (GICE) is established in response to the urgent, global demographic challenge of population aging and its associated demands for improving care for elders. Our mission is to advance and promote interdisciplinary research and evidence-based innovations to advance elder care.
Harvard China Project
An interdisciplinary research program on China's atmospheric environment, energy system, and economy based at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Design for Health
Design for Health (DFH) is a collaborative project that serves to bridge the gap between the emerging research base on community design and healthy living and the everyday realities of local government planning.