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Panel discussion promotes ‘a new conversation on climate change’

September 27, 2018

Hosted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, the event featured calls for a new, morality-based approach to discussing climate change.

Yale surgeons make sustainability and wellness a focus in their workplace

September 25, 2018

By reducing waste and more, the Yale Department of Surgery has already earned its Green Workplace Certification from the Office of Sustainability.

Joseph Manning wins NSF grant to study climate change, human history link

September 24, 2018

Manning is the principal investigator of the Yale-led project titled “Volcanism, Hydrology and Social Conflict,” which has received $1.3 million from the NSF.

Raymond, Brodersen win major NSF ‘Rules of Life’ awards

September 21, 2018

F&ES professors Peter Raymond and Craig Brodersen have won a combined $1,200,000 for their work on river microbes and plant metabolisms, respectively.

City Unseen: New Visions of an Urban Planet

September 18, 2018

Karen C. Seto and Meredith Reba (Yale University Press)

Collaboration is key to successful waste diversion efforts

September 18, 2018

Recent waste control efforts like initiatives at the Yale School of Architecture and Yale Health are helping Yale meet its ambitious sustainability goals.

Campus talk will explore research linking data from ice cores and history

September 14, 2018

Desert Research Institute hydrologist Joe McConnell ’82 will vist Yale on Monday, Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. as part of the Yale Nile Initiative Lecture Series.

Yale Farm summer internship gives students a taste for agriculture and more

September 13, 2018

This summer at the Yale Farm, six Lazarus Summer Interns learned about farming, sustainable agriculture, food justice — and the value of a hard day’s work.

Global Climate Action Summit will highlight Yale research on carbon pricing

September 12, 2018

On Sept. 13, the summit hosts “Higher Education Leadership on Carbon Pricing,” which will explore efforts by Yale and others to implement campus carbon pricing.

F&ES sociologist Justin Farrell receives prestigious NSF CAREER award

September 12, 2018

The award will support Farrell’s research on the economic and social impacts of the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy in places like Wyoming.