The Kennedy School's research agenda addresses many of the world's environmental policy questions-global climate change, sustainability, the use of economic incentives, energy technology innovation, electric industry restructuring, the economic effects of environmental policies, biological diversity, and urban development.
The Kennedy School provides a locus for faculty, fellows, and students to engage in a wide variety of domestic and international environmental activities, including research, workshops, conferences, seminars, and internships.
Research and outreach efforts are carried out under the auspices of ten programs at the Kennedy School.
William Clark, Program Director
The Kennedy School offers short, intensive programs for senior international and domestic professionals seeking to develop their practical knowledge of public infrastructure initiatives or environmental economics.
The Kennedy School's masters and doctoral programs attract students with diverse backgrounds and environment-related interests.
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