Global trade as part of the (climate) solution

September 25, 2023

At a climate week panel discussion, Daniel Esty and other experts offered insights on how the global trade system can be restructured to combat climate change.

Seoul mayor visits Yale, delivers lecture on approaches to inclusive growth

September 25, 2023

While on campus, Oh Se-hoon, the mayor of the Republic of Korea’s capital city of Seoul, also met with Yale President Peter Salovey and toured the Beinecke.

Law School clinic helps to free environmental protestors in Liberia

September 22, 2023

Yale’s Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic and local advocates celebrated the recent release of 14 Liberians detained following protests in 2018.

Looking forward: Yale program helps Ukrainian refugees adapt to new lives

September 18, 2023

A program created by the Yale Center for Language Study offers practical skills — and community — to Ukrainian families trying to regain a sense of normalcy.

Sharing political theater from the Middle East with the West

September 12, 2023

In a Q&A, two Yale alumni discuss their work to promote cultural understanding by increasing access to and appreciation for Arab political theater.

Gujarat opens emissions market in Ahmedabad, building on Yale collaboration

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.

Yale expands Baltic Studies Program, plans major conference for June 2024

September 8, 2023

Next June, Yale will host 500 scholars on campus for one of the world’s premier Baltic Studies conferences.

Rethinking global trade for a low-carbon future

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.

David Petraeus appointed Kissinger Senior Fellow

September 1, 2023

Petraeus, the former commander of U.S. Central Command, will come to Yale’s Jackson School to share his experience in diplomacy and statecraft.

Fromont and Queralt awarded 2023 MacMillan Center International Book Prizes

September 1, 2023

This year’s winners are Cécile Fromont and Didac Queralt. Prizes are awarded for books on international topics written by current members of the Yale faculty.