Graphic of Mongolia
January 5, 2022
By Bill Hathaway  The last decade has seen important but insufficient progress in protecting areas that are home to endangered species worldwide, conservation leaders say. As...
Eye of the Hurricane
January 3, 2022
A new, Yale-led study suggests the 21st century will see an expansion of hurricanes and typhoons into mid-latitude regions, which include major cities such as New York,...
Electric Car being Assembled
January 1, 2022
With new major spending packages investing billions of dollars in electric vehicles in the U.S., some analysts have raised concerns over how green the electric vehicle...
Flooding from Hurricane Ida in LaPlace, Louisiana, August 30, 2021
December 22, 2021
The most severe consequences of the climate crisis hinge on our actions from here on out. The social cost of carbon is one way to put a dollar value on the myriad choices we...
Crops burning
December 21, 2021
The burning of residual agricultural crop stubbles to clear debris for a new harvest is a significant driver of air pollution, soil degradation and climate change. The...
Satellite image of Miami, Florida
December 17, 2021
Financial markets exist largely to hedge risk and manage uncertainty. So why aren’t they playing a bigger role in the systemic risks and uncertainties created by the climate...
December 15, 2021
The Yale Environmental Humanities Program is pleased to announce its 2022 Environmental Humanities Grant Cycle. Applications are due on February 6, 2022.