- YSE NewsSeptember 26, 2022
As the debate about healthy forests, logging, and climate change gets more heated, The Forest School's Mark Bradford and Joe Orefice explain why cutting trees, when done appropriately, can lead to more resilient forests while yielding renewable forest products.
- YSE NewsSeptember 6, 2022
Dr. Sparkle Malone, whose research focuses on disturbance regimes and how they alter the structure and functions of ecosystems, has joined the YSE faculty as an assistant professor.
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Incoming YSE Class Brings Diversity of Perspectives to Addressing Today’s Escalating Environmental ChallengesSeptember 2, 2022
The Yale School of the Environment welcomed the 2022-2023 incoming class of 147 students with a three-week MODs program and additional activities. The class is comprised of students from 28 countries and 27 states and U.S. territories. About one-fourth of the incoming class are U.S. students of color and more than one-third are international students from countries across the globe.
- YSE NewsAugust 23, 2022
A multi-scale lifecycle assessment conducted by Prof. Yuan Yao and researchers from the Center for Industrial Ecology explains how eco-friendly uses for urban tree waste could substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. cities.
- YSE NewsAugust 22, 2022
A trio of local scholars are gaining hands-on work experience in Yale School of the Environment faculty labs this summer as New Haven Promise interns.
- YSE NewsAugust 11, 2022
From clean electricity investment credit to funding to restore coastal ecosystems, YSE faculty offer insight into how the Inflation Reduction Act may help us meet urgent environmental challenges — and where there’s still work to be done.
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The Yale School of the Environment and the Three Cairns Group Partner to Launch the Three Cairns Climate Program for the Global SouthJuly 27, 2022
With a generous gift from the Three Cairns Group, the Yale School of the Environment will establish a transformative program aimed at supporting the next generation of environmental leaders in the Global South, where millions of people are particularly impacted by the effects of climate change caused by the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitters. This contribution is the largest gift ever to focus entirely on the Yale School of the Environment.
- YSE NewsJuly 15, 2022
To spur decarbonization, governments must move beyond the myths surrounding public investment in clean energy that discourage the use of public funds.
- YSE NewsJuly 1, 2022
YSE’s Rob Klee, former Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, examines the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision limiting the EPA’s power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
- YSE NewsJune 30, 2022
Gabriela Rodriguez ’23 MEM has been named a recipient of the Switzer Environmental Fellowship, a prestigious program that supports future environmental leaders.
- YSE NewsJune 29, 2022
A team of researchers led by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication at YSE surveyed couples about their ideas on climate change and found that while many partners exhibited similar beliefs and behaviors around climate change, there also were some discrepancies.
- YSE NewsJune 27, 2022
After nearly a decade in Rwanda facilitating partnerships in gorilla conservation, Anna Behm Masozera spent the last academic year at YSE as the Dorothy S. McCluskey Visiting Fellow in Conservation, a role that welcomes practitioners — particularly women from or working in developing countries — to the School.
- YSE NewsJune 13, 2022
YSE Associate Dean for International Engagement Gordon Geballe is retiring after a nearly 50-year affiliation with the School and Yale. He is known for always keeping students at the center, his ability to build community and befriend everyone in the room, and his dedication to New Haven.
- YSE NewsJune 13, 2022
A new study, co-authored by researchers from The Forest School at YSE, examines how New Haven’s urban forest patches change over time and management strategies for mid-size urban forests.
- YSE NewsJune 6, 2022
With a background in community organizing and experience as an international Peace Corps volunteer, Lac devoted countless hours at the Yale School of the Environment working to bring communities of people together.