Nine-year-old Bobbi Wilson was working to eradicate the invasive spotted lanternfly from her New Jersey neighborhood.
The student athletes that form Bulldog Sustainability are working to make Yale Athletics greener—even picking through game-day trash to collect data and educate fans.
A well-regarded sustainability leader at Yale, Garrard succceeds Ginger Chapman, who retired in December.
New data from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication shows worry highest among Americans ages 18-34.
One in 10 nursing homes in U.S. coastal regions is at risk of exposure to severe hurricane-related flooding—putting residents at greater risk of injury or death.
More than 80 percent of Yale’s construction and demolition waste from large projects is reused or recycled—a sustainability success story.
Yale recycling experts Jim Reid and Lindsay Crum respond to common recycling questions and misperceptions—and explain how reducing comtanimation could make a big impact.,