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    Yale Hosts Global University Climate Forum 2020

    The Global University Climate Forum is focused on empowering students to take action.

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    Yale Experts Explain Healthy Forests

    Forestry experts Dr. Mark Ashton and Dr. Joseph Orefice explain the threats to our forests and the solutions we can all be a part of.

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    Sustainable Food Systems Explained

    Experts Kristin Reynolds and Mark Bomford discuss important concepts and controversies in advancing sustainable food systems locally and globally.

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    Yale Achieves Gold Sustainability Rating

    This fall, Yale was awarded a Gold rating through STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System, which is administered by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

Priorities

Working toward a Yale where sustainability is seamlessley integrated into the scholarship and operations of the university, contributing to its social, environmental, and financial excellenceand positioning Yale as a local and global leader.

Yale Experts Explain

Healthy Forests Explained

Forestry experts Dr. Mark Ashton and Dr. Joseph Orefice explain the threats to our forests and the solutions we can all be a part of. 

Environmental Justice Explained

Environmental justice scholars Dr. Dorceta Taylor and Dr. Gerald Torres talk about the link between social justice and environmental health, and how we cannot move forward without addressing both. 

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Navigating Consumer Food Certifications

Sustainable living is not just about eating “healthy”; helping to maintain our Earth’s ecosystem just as much starts with the food on your plate!

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