News

October 24, 2019
Environmental Studies (EVST) lecturer Rob Klee ’99 M.E.S., ’04 J.D., ’05 Ph.D., has a new online series looking at the steps states can take to mitigate climate change. Klee...
September 16, 2019
Xizhou Zhou, BA ‘05, MEM ‘06, believes energy can help lift people out of poverty by providing heating, electricity, and the mobility that will provide access to a more...
September 3, 2019
Sam Tiecher Coral Farmer | Forbes 30 Under 30 | Echoing Green Fellow Sam Tiecher, ’12 BA and ’15 MEM, has become a leading media spokesperson from the Bahamas on the effects...
August 30, 2019
By now many of you may know that I am on sabbatical leave for the fall 2019 term.  This means that I will not teach until January 2020; my time will be devoted primarily to...
August 28, 2019
The Environmental Studies program has selected rising seniors Natasha Feshbach, Addison Luck, Gemma Shepherd, and Jack Schleifer as its peer mentors for the upcoming year....
The Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative invites applications for Climate Change and Health Associates.
August 22, 2019
The Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative The Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative (CCHI) draws on the expertise of Yale faculty across multiple disciplines and...
August 21, 2019
The Urban Resources Initiative (URI) is hiring Yale student interns for its GreenSkills program this fall and spring! GreenSkills is a city-supported job training program for...