Members of F&ES Community
Honored for Sustainability Achievements

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Yale Sustainability
James Ball and Julie Paquette, Director of Energy Management at Yale, another honoree.
The Yale Office of Sustainability on April 22 honored several members of the F&ES community, including James Ball ’16 M.E.M. and members of Yale's Sustainability Strategic Plan 3.0 working group, for their contributions to sustainability at Yale during the 2015-16 academic year. Awardees were selected based on their contributions toward achieving goals laid out in Yale’s Sustainability Strategic Plan 2013-2016 (YSSP 3.0).

Ball, a second-year F&ES student and green buildings expert, was recognized for his work on energy and greenhouse gas emissions. A member of the F&ES Environmental Stewardship Committee, he has led two years of multi-disciplinary research on the performance of Kroon Hall.
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Yale Sustainability
Members of the YSSP 3.0 working group were recognized the category, Leadership and Capacity Building
Members of the F&ES community on the YSSP 3.0 working group include Brad Gentry, Associate Dean for Professional Practice and Professor in the Practice at F&ES; Colleen Murphy-Dunning, Program Director of the F&ES-based Hixon Center for Urban Ecology and the Urban Resources Initiative; Karen Seto, Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Geography and Urbanization Science; and David Skelly, the Frank R. Oastler Professor of Ecology.

The awards were given during the Yale Office of Sustainability’s annual State of Sustainability Awards Breakfast in Woolsey Hall. Read more about the event.
PUBLISHED: April 27, 2016
Note: Yale School of the Environment (YSE) was formerly known as the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES). News articles posted prior to July 1, 2020, refer to the School's name at that time.