Photo by Dan Renzetti
June 24, 2021
In 2005, Yale became one of the world’s first universities to commit to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, pledging that by 2020 it would reduce its carbon output 43%...
Religion and Ecology; Stock Photo, Getty Images
June 7, 2021
Sacred landscapes: religion and ecology around the Pacific To mark World Environment Day, on June 5, we begin a new series on religion and ecology. From the church forests of...
June 7, 2021
Eugene Shapiro, MD, pediatric infectious diseases specialist at the Yale School of Medicine Tick check: Pediatrician Eugene Shapiro on how to protect yourself, prevent bites...
June 7, 2021
Environmental justice professor Gerald Torres says climate change solutions need to include marginalized populations Forbes article by Kelly Anne Smith
Shark Mystery photo by Leah Rubin
June 3, 2021
By Jim Shelton The biggest shark attack in history did not involve humans. A new study by Earth scientists from Yale and the College of the Atlantic has turned up a massive...
YSE: Sustainable Swag
May 28, 2021
When we changed our name to Yale School of the Environment and established The Forest School last year, we knew it was time to re-imagine school swag. Priority No. 1 —...
Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture Names Two Co-Directors
May 27, 2021
David Bercovici and Liza Comita have been announced as the inaugural co-directors of the Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture (YCNCC). The YCNCC’s primary...