This year’s flim fest runs March 29 through April 1.
New research at Yale School of the Environment examines how bodies of water sequester and release greenhouse gas emissions.
The winning plan would use the Drinkable Book to purify water and “WaSH Wagons” to deliver services and medical supplies.
The Yale School of the Environment professor is one of the world’s leading experts on urbanization and its aggregate global impacts.
Nearly 800 Yalies gathered on March 4 to hear from Yale scholars and professors working toward solutions for a more sustainable planet.
Biomass is widely considered a renewable alternative to fossil fuels and a new Yale study looks at how to improve its production.
A roundup—with trailers—of films screened at the recent Wild & Scenic Film Festival in California.