‘The Leader’s Way’ incubates church innovation at Yale

December 5, 2023

Applications are now open for the second cohort of fellows in The Leader’s Way, a program focused on leadership, innovation, and resilience in ministry.

Growth, reconsidered: Accounting for the environmental costs of development

November 30, 2023

Fifty-one years after a seminal Yale study on economic growth, economists and policymakers gathered on campus for a conference on sustainable development.

Rock solid: Mineralizing carbon to fight climate change

November 28, 2023

A startup co-founded by Jackson alum Corey Pattison is piloting an innovative technique that permanently stores carbon by turning it into rock.

COP28: Yale students, faculty head to global climate summit

November 27, 2023

Taking place in Dubai from Nov. 30–Dec. 12, the conference is expected to focus heavily on the first of the “global stocktakes” on greenhouse gas emissions.

Paths to peace: Leadership Institute convenes UAE, Israeli ambassadors

November 20, 2023

It was the first public dialogue between a senior Arab government official and a senior Israeli official since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel.

For Ghanian legal scholar, Yale Law experience made the difference

November 17, 2023

Fifty years after enrolling at Yale, Kwame Frimpong ’74 LL.M., ’77 J.S.D. visited New Haven to discuss Yale’s impact on his life and on the world.

Find the joy in environmental work — it’s there

November 7, 2023

Advocates, practitioners, and academic experts shared stories about the joy of environmental work at the fifth annual Global Environmental Justice Conference.

Finding a pathway to a human leptospirosis vaccine

November 7, 2023

In a Q&A, Yale infectious disease specialist Joseph Vinetz discusses his work fighting a globally devastating but neglected tropical disease.

Eyeing Ukraine’s future while grappling with its past

November 6, 2023

In an interview, Yale historian Marci Shore discusses her approach to writing history and the transcendent role of empathy in thinking about the war in Ukraine.

The pros and cons of a global carbon tax

November 3, 2023

In a Q&A, Yale School of the Environment Professor of Economics Matthew Kotchen discusses the viability of Africa’s call for a global tax on carbon.