Environmental Action Committee

PBHA’s Environmental Action Committee is Harvard’s undergraduate environmental organization.

Application Information:

All interested students are encouraged to attend the Environmental Action Committee’s weekly general meetings. For more information, email eac@pbha.org.

Student Director Contact Information:


Staff Contact Information:

Matias Ramos



Fall 2020

Status: Active

 The Environmental Action Committee (EAC) works to promote individual, community, and institutional sustainability. Each year, to celebrate Earth Day, we publish an environmental art magazine called The Canopy, with submissions from across the Harvard community. We are also developing an environmental curriculum that we will then teach in Boston-area schools this semester! New to EAC this year, we will create a policy advocacy program, where our members will research, promote, and perhaps even propose environmental policy at the local and state levels.

PBHA’s Environmental Action Committee is Harvard’s undergraduate environmental organization. The Environmental Action Committee spreads awareness of current environmental topics, improves education on diverse ecological subjects, and organizes events and activities to celebrate and preserve our environment.

Join the Environmental Action Committee

The Environmental Action Committee meets on a weekly basis to plan and discuss upcoming projects. Weekly meetings, held from 7:00 – 8:00 PM on Thursdays in the Phillips Brooks House Parlor Room, are open to anyone interested in the mission of the program.

In addition to weekly general meetings, interested students are encouraged to join the program’s project groups, or committees of students dedicated to more in-depth work on a particular issue or action. Active project groups include: Veguary, Sustainability Advising, and Harvard’s annual Earth Day celebration.

For more information about the Environmental Action Committee, visit our website.

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