Deep Dive and Global Conference Reports

2017 Climate Change Deep Dive Report
2017 Climate Change Deep Dive Report, in 2017 Climate Change Deep Dive. ; 2017 :1-28.Abstract

The 2017 Climate Change Deep Dive presented ALI Fellows with a holistic perspective of the causes and consequences of climate change, as well as potential solutions to mitigate its effects. The two-day conference featured speakers from Harvard Business School (HBS), Harvard’s Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (HKS), Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), and Harvard Law School (HLS).

Throughout the Deep Dive, ALI Fellows explored the complexities of climate change issues and solutions using case studies to further their thinking. At the close of the two-day conference, Deep Dive Chair Forest Reinhardt pushed ALI Fellows to reflect on their learning and synthesize their takeaways.

2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive Report
2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive Report. 2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive. 2017 :1-46.Abstract

The 2017 Culture of Health Deep Dive was chaired by Professors Howard Koh and Meredith Rosenthal of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The event featured faculty speakers from across the university and community health experts from around the country.

During the Deep Dive, Fellows examined the private sector’s role in building healthy communities. Through case studies, panel discussions, keynote speakers, and workshops, fellows developed a firm understanding of the ‘four pillars’ of a culture of health – consumer health, employee health, environmental health, and community health.

Education and Gender Equality: 2016 Education Deep Dive Report
Education and Gender Equality: 2016 Education Deep Dive Report, in 2016 Education Deep Dive. Cambridge, MA ; 2016 :1-62.Abstract

Across the world, education remains the most powerful tool for improving the lives of women and girls. Important advances have been made in gender and education equality in the last several decades, but millions of girls continue to live without access to quality education and opportunities to develop personal agency. The United Nation's 2015 Sustainable Development Goals enshrine inclusive, equitable, and quality education and the empowerment of women and girls as a global focus for the next ten years. Facing this challenge, the 2016 Advanced Leadership Initiative Deep Dive on Education and Gender Equality at Harvard University identified both key strategies and outstanding challenges in the global fight for gender empowerment in education.