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The Harvard Law School Green Living Program began in 2005 as a peer-to-peer education initiative that promotes sustainable living in the Harvard Law School residence halls and elsewhere on campus. Six Green Living Representatives ("Reps") connect with fellow students about energy and water conservation, recycling, and waste reduction through activities and information sharing, and also take on independent projects designed to help students reduce their environmental impacts. The program is supported by HLS Facilities Management and is coordinated through the Office for Sustainability.
Visit the Green Living Program's page for more information about becoming involved with the program. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact the HLS Sustainability Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Green Living Energy page for more specific information about reducing the energy intensity of residential life.
|Sara Canby, JD'14 - Sara is from Louisville, Kentucky. She majored in History and Linguistics at Columbia University. Before law school, she worked as a paralegal in New York City and taught English in China.|
|Samantha Caravello, JD'15 - Sam is involved with the Environmental Law Society and Environmental Law Review and is the 2013 Green Early Interview Program (EIP) Coordinator. Prior to entering HLS, Sam studied Environmental Studies and Economics at NYU and worked for the Conservation Law Foundation on ocean conservation and fishery management issues.|
|Kathryn Greis, JD'15 - Kathryn is from Madison, New Jersey. Before coming to HLS, she attended Middlebury College and then spent two years working at a cancer research nonprofit.|
|Zachary Jones, JD'14 - Zach is from Green Bay, Wisconsin and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. He was in the Army and worked for the Department of Homeland Security before coming to law school. A three-year Gropius resident, he is also the RA for Holmes and Ames 2.|
|Rebecca Pskowski, JD'15 - Rebecca spent the first two years of her life in Cambridge, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland. She received her BA in English from the University of Chicago in 2003. Before coming to HLS, she spent almost nine years working on traditional sailing vessels all over the world.|
|Brittany Williams, JD'14 - Brittany is from Madison, Wisconsin and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. Before law school, she worked for three years as an AmeriCorps VISTA, serving with a college access program for middle and high school students.|
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