1. Exploring the Underbelly of Chile’s Salmon Farming Industry

    Members of the Kawésqar people and McCluskey Fellow in Conservation Alex Muñoz recently discussed their efforts to protect a marine reserve in Chile's Patagonia from the devastating impacts of the salmon farming industry at a special screening of a National Geographic documentary.
  2. A Synergistic Approach to Ocean Conservation

    As the visiting McCluskey Fellow in Conservation at the Yale School of the Environment, Alex Muñoz will spend the next year developing a roadmap to accelerate the pace of ocean conservation and Yale’s first-ever course fully focused on ocean conservation.
  3. Accelerating Global Climate Action

    From developing renewable energy projects in Brazil and sub-Saharan Africa to piloting people-centered restoration efforts in Colombia, the 2023-2024 Three Cairns Fellows are implementing on-the-ground climate solutions across the Global South.
  4. Preparing for a Global Stage: Dozens from Yale at COP 24

    More than 40 people from Yale will travel to Katowice, Poland for the annual Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, known as COP 24, including several F&ES students who have trained for climate negotiations.