Yale Alumni Service Corps partners with youth leadership nonprofit in India

October 4, 2021

YASC volunteers joined Dehli-based nonprofit Createnet to train young adults in leadership and teamwork so that they can better serve their communities.

Botswana & Yale partner to advance sustainable natural resource management

September 24, 2021

Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi visited Yale on Sept. 22 to sign an agreement furthering collaborative efforts on urban and rural sustainability.

Urban agriculture forum launched to make cities green and sustainable

September 24, 2021

A new partnership between Yale and UN programs aims to accelerate urban agriculture to deliver benefits on everything from food security to climate change.

Q&A: Professor Hathaway on presidential war powers and the war on terror

September 20, 2021

YLS’ Oona A. Hathaway explains why we need to reform the authorizations for the use of military force that led to action in Iraq, Afghanistan, and beyond.

Lowenstein Clinic & Human Rights Watch report on LGBT youth in South Korea

September 20, 2021

South Korean LGBT youth often experience isolation and mistreatment in schools, but few support systems or antidiscrimination protections exist for them.

Compound hazards pose risk to highly populated regions in the Himalaya

September 13, 2021

A Yale-led study finds urbanization trends in the Himalaya are exposing more people to risk from compound hazards such as flooding, landslides, and wildfires.

Analyzing the costs and benefits of expanding India’s energy infrastructure

September 10, 2021

A study by Yale’s Nicholas Ryan makes a case for increased infrastructure investment in India’s power grid to reduce sellers’ market power and increase value.

Joining forces to address the Caribbean’s climate and health crisis

September 9, 2021

Yale joins an international consortium to address the public health challenge of climate change in one of the regions most vulnerable to its effects.

New Jackson course to analyze U.S. involvement in Afghanistan

September 8, 2021

Led by retired U.S. ambassador Anne Patterson, a new year-long course at the Jackson Institute aims to take a holistic view of America’s longest war.

What went wrong in Afghanistan?

August 30, 2021

SOM’s Paul Bracken, an expert in business and military strategy, explains how the U.S. could have avoided a chaotic exit from Afghanistan, and what comes next.