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Blue Heron overlooking water
February 9, 2022
The Yale School of the Environment and Yale School of Public Health issue a new report detailing the steps coastal communities can take to break down inequalities that make...
Yale geochemist Noah Planavsky resting on a rocky hillside.
February 4, 2022
Yale geochemist Noah Planavsky explains his work to better understand how carbon dioxide has been absorbed and released in the earth’s soil and oceans over millions of years...
Climate technology
January 24, 2022
Yale has announced the creation of a new fund to support early-stage research on solutions related to climate change—the latest step in the university’s wide-ranging efforts...
Conservationist Thomas Lovejoy
January 19, 2022
The YSE community is mourning the loss of renowned conservation biologist Thomas E. Lovejoy ’63 BA, ’71 PhD.  A senior fellow at the United Nations Foundation, Lovejoy’s...
Composting
January 19, 2022
What is composting and the basic science behind it? Forest Abbott-Lum (MEM ’21), Composter in Residence at the Yale Sustainable Food Program, describes composting as “the...
WTNH: Sten Vermund, MD, PHD, Dean of Yale School of Public Health
January 13, 2022
(WTNH) – One of the major factors surrounding climate change is how it can affect human health outcomes. This is definitely something we need to pay attention to. Dr. Sten...
Central Park in New York City
January 13, 2022
The Yale School of the Environment is partnering with the Central Park Conservancy and the Natural Areas Conservancy in a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at helping...