A new Yale article investigates whether people who adopt individual sustainability behaviors are less likely to participate in collective action.
Researchers will investigate the affects of nuclear fallout from attacks on Ukraine’s nuclear power plants.
There’s a new instrument at Yale that is expected to help dozens of scientists assess the benefits of natural climate solutions to alleviate catastrophic global warming.
A team of researchers at the Yale School of Public Health has developed a metric to gauge heat vulnerability at the census-tract level.
The Institute of Sacred Music hosts a webinar series exploring topics relating to Mass Extinction: Art, Ritual, Story, and the Sacred.
A new study by Yale researchers reveals that animals play a key role in the recovery of tree species by carrying a wide variety of seeds into previously deforested areas.
In a Q&A, Chapman reflects on Yale’s sustainability progress and the work that remains to be done.