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Mitigating the Public Health Effects of Climate Change

Dr. Vermund will discuss the public health challenges facing the globe in the next 5-10 years that will ensue from direct and indirect effects of global climate change.  In the context of the changes in weather, oceans, freshwater such as snow and ice, human populations, and species diversity, he will give the short and longer-term impacts anticipated in human health and welfare. Over the short term, he will present the human health threats that are the immediate consequences of global warming and how they can be mitigated.

A Conversation with Yale Faculty: Facilitating a One Health Perspective for Transdisciplinary Research on Health Across Silos

A conversation with Yale faculty: facilitating a One Health perspective for transdisciplinary research on health across silos

November 11, 2021  3-4:30 pm

Moderated by Serap Aksoy, Professor of Epidemiology, Yale School of Public Health

From Bluesky Analytics: COP26: How Indian Tech and Big Data can Trigger Climate Action

If you are attending/ following COP26, we are keen to meet you- many of us at Blue Sky Analytics and IYCN will be at COP26 too. In this webinar, we will discuss how young Indians working in climate-tech are envisioning climate-action. Our speakers: Harsha Devulapalli (Blue Sky Analytics), Gaurav Madan (University of Oslo), Rishabh Khanna (Earthbanc).

Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies Fridays Seminar Series: Liza Comita and David Bercovici: A Conversation about the Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture

The Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture (YCNCC) is a new research center on campus whose primary mission is to develop collaborative and innovative solutions to remove carbon dioxide from our atmosphere and mitigate the effects of greenhouse gas emissions. The YCNCC co-directors will provide an overview of the center, give updates on center activities, and provide details about future funding opportunities for the Yale community.

Yale School of the Environment: BIOMES -Chris Mooney, Pulitizer Prize Winning Author, The Washington Post -Environmental Data Science & Journalism

  BIOMES: Bridging Issues & Optimizing Methods in Environmental Studies

YSE Fall 2021 Speaker Series

Environmental Data Science & Journalism 

Join us virtually Wednesday, September 22, 2021 from 12-1pm

Chris Mooney, Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, The Washington ost

YSE Panel Discussion with: Simon Queenborough, Musser Director of Tropical Resources Institute, Jennifer Marlon, Research Scientist, Elena Tej Grewal, Lecturer 

Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies: Friday Seminar Series: Life Cycle Decision Support Tools for Sustainable Biomass Utilization: Virtual

Friday, September 24th (virtual)
“Life Cycle Decision Support Tools for Sustainable Biomass Utilization”

Yuan Yao
Assistant Professor (YSE) 

To participate in our virtual Friday (3:00 PM) seminars, please join our mailing list! You will receive the seminar login details each week (in the days prior to and the morning of the talk).

Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies: Friday Seminar Series: Sit and W.A.I.T. (Waterborne, abiotic, and indirectly transmitted) Infections: from Football, to addiction, to modern disease ecology: Virtual

“Sit and W.A.I.T. (Waterborne, abiotic, and indirectly transmitted) Infections: from football, to addiction, to modern disease ecology”

Brandon Ogbunu
Assistant Professor (EEB)

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