For Earth Day, Dean Indy Burke joined Yale University President Peter Salovey on his monthly Yale Talk podcast for a conversation covering a wide range of environmental issues including:
- The latest IPCC report and what can still be done to mitigate climate change.
- How ‘smarter’ cities can be an important part of the ‘mitigation equation.’
- How universities can drive solutions to climate change and help policy makers and the public implement sustainable actions.
- Carbon pricing, carbon capture, and the potential of the Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture.
- The groundbreaking work being done by Dr. Tony Leiserowitz and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. (Preview: Meteorologists are key to influencing public attitudes on climate change in their local communities.)
- A Yale Center for Business and the Environment survey of global business students in which more than half say they would accept a lower salary to work with a sustainability-forward employer.
- How YSE is preparing future leaders to pursue positive change for society.
Tune in for this insightful Earth Day 2022 discussion!
Whether leading climate protests, fighting for Indigenous land rights, or working the land at Yale-Myers, Kyle Lemle is keeping his focus on the importance of forests.
For Earth Day, Dean Indy Burke joined Yale University President Peter Salovey on his monthly Yale Talk podcast for a conversation covering a wide range of environmental issues.
The Washington Post’s Chris Mooney Addresses the Challenge of Translating Environmental Data for Public Consumption
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