February 2023 News

An architectural rendering of how Lower Hillhouse Avenue will appear following Yale's historic campus investments.
February 27, 2023
The project will serve Yale’s sustainability goals by, among other things, ensuring structures meet the University’s zero-carbon-ready standard. 
A headshot of New York Times international climate reporter Somini Sengupta
February 27, 2023
Somini Sengupta will give a talk on March 1 and a Pierson College tea on March 2.
An image of the Yale Shuttle with the logo for the 2023 Best Workplaces for Commuters recognition
February 20, 2023
For a seventh straight year, the University has been recognized for the commuter benefits it offers employees—including sustainable transit options.
Craig Brodersen and Marlyse Duguid analyze the depiction of the environment in Alexander Lawrie’s painting "Pleasant Valley, Essex County, New York," which shows deforestation on the eastern edge of the Adirondack Mountains.
February 20, 2023
The “Natural Histories” exhibit features 10 paintings that reveal aspects of human impact on natural lands.
A promotional poster for the "Breath of Earth" concert by Yale Schola Cantorum
February 14, 2023
Yale Schola Cantorum and Yale Environmental Humanities present a concert and roundtable discussion on Feb. 19.
An architect's rendering of the Yale Divinity School quadrangle and planned Living Building project
February 14, 2023
Living buildings pioneer Jason F. McLennan discusses Yale’s Living Village project in a new episode of “Quadcast.”
A photo illustration showing Yale University campus and migratory songbirds
February 13, 2023
Halfway through a yearlong study, the Yale Bird-Friendly Building Initiative is gathering critical insights that will help cities reduce bird window collisions.