Where does the money go in environmental grantmaking?

March 24, 2023

A Yale study examining nearly $5 billion in grants to environmental organizations uncovered disparities in funding that could stifle impactful change.

Five things you may not know about seasonal allergies

March 23, 2023

There’s more to seasonal allergies than the sneezing, congestion, and itchy eyes that come with spring. Yale immunologist Elise Liu shares research-based tips.

The decades-long effort to account for the value of natural resources

March 22, 2023

In a Q&A, Eli Fenichel discusses his work to get the government on track to account for the use of natural capital and integrate that data into decision...

Exploring the depths of water’s role in climate change

March 22, 2023

Yale School of the Environment researchers are exploring news ways to increase aquatic ecosystems’ potential for carbon uptake — and reduce their emissions.

‘Sacred Biodiversity’ exhibit focuses on threatened and endangered species

March 21, 2023

Opening April 12, an art exhibit at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music by iconographer Angela Manno seeks to foster a “biocentric sensibility.”

Yale experts explain climate anxiety

March 16, 2023

In a Q&A, Yale’s Anthony Leiserowitz and Sarah Lowe discuss what climate anxiety is — and isn’t — and why a little bit of worry can be a good thing.

Aquatic animals provide critical coastal ecosystem protections

March 8, 2023

Yale-led study of 750,000 acres of U.S. coastal areas finds that mussels act as ecosystem engineers, helping sustain salt marshes in the face of climate change.

Examining machine learning’s potential for developing sustainable biomass

March 8, 2023

A new, Yale-led study finds that much remains to be explored in the utilization of machine learning across the lifecycle of biomass-derived materials.

‘Cities and Climate Solutions’ illuminates Yale expertise

March 8, 2023

On March 4, nearly 800 Yalies gathered in New York City to hear from Yale scholars and professors working toward solutions for a more sustainable planet.

Research and development can have multiplier effects — if it’s done right

March 3, 2023

A new study on research funding’s long-term ripple effects suggests that the United States should invest more in semiconductors and green technology.