September 18, 2023
Increased tagging of fish, seals, birds, and other animals can help fill key data gaps in understanding the world’s changing climate, Yale scientists say.
September 15, 2023
A new economics building at 87 Trumbull St. boasts environmentally friendly features while seamlessly connecting neighboring structures into a single complex.
September 13, 2023
Eric Slessarev, who studies the carbon storage dynamics of soil organic matter, explains why understanding this phenomenon is key to addressing climate change.
September 11, 2023
The Indian state of Gujarat has taken a leap forward in curbing industrial emissions by initiating an Emissions Trading Scheme in its most populous city.
A recent acquisition places the Yale Peabody Museum’s meteorite collection among the world’s largest and most scientifically significant.
Yale Divinity School will host a series of events on Wednesday, Oct. 11, to celebrate the groundbreaking for its landmark Living Village project.
September 8, 2023
Ahead of Climate Week NYC, Yale School of the Environment’s Daniel Esty discusses the opportunities and obstacles to greening global trade.
September 5, 2023
Julie Zimmerman says Yale’s commitment to responding to global challenges including climate change, biodiversity, and planetary health is moving to a new level.
September 1, 2023
As part of an Institute of Sacred Music residency, the U.K.-based performance trio Feral Theatre will devise and perform a new piece and host a public workshop.
August 31, 2023
Blair Neilsen ’19 M.A.R., the executive director of spiritual ecology center Waterspirit, leverages skills she gained at Yale to advocate for climate justice.