January 14, 2019
The program, which will charge locations on campus based on how much waste they produce, will advance the university’s goals around waste management.
Public inoculation, legal strategies, political mechanisms, and financial transparency may effectively combat scientific misinformation on climate change.
“Keywords in the Environmental Humanities” will take place on Jan. 16, 4:15-5:15 p.m. at the Whitney Humanities Center. The talk is free and open to the public.
January 10, 2019
The Financing and Deploying Clean Energy certificate program will help to give members of the Yale community the tools they need to fight climate change.
As part of SOM's “Big Issues” course, Professor Douglas Kysar of Yale Law School discusses what it will mean to begin grappling with climate change in...
January 7, 2019
Helen Gichohi, this year's McCluskey Visiting Fellow in Conservation, is at F&ES researching environmental threats posed by the continent's...
January 4, 2019
F&ES students Andy Lee ’19 M.E.Sc. and Kimi Zamuda ’19 M.E.Sc. have been awarded the MK McCarthy-RW Worth Scholarship for Leadership in Conservation...
Half the world’s coral has been lost to human-made causes. Coral Vita, founded by alumni Sam Teicher and Gator Halpern, aims to reverse the trend.
December 19, 2018
Over the course of 2018, YaleNews published more than 1,200 stories — from news of awards and honors to groundbreaking discoveries, campus events and much more.
December 18, 2018
In a new study, Yale researchers argue that the influence of wild animals on a landscape’s environment must be considered in developing any carbon-cycle models.