Photo of a black-and-white warbler perched on a window ledge
August 15, 2023
The policy paper by Yale’s Law, Ethics, and Animals Program examines best practices for reducing bird window collisions, a serious threat to biodiversity.
Photo of representatives from six countries who took part in the Global Greenchem Innovation and Networking Programme in Vienna, Austria in March 2023.
August 7, 2023
A collaboration between Yale and the U.N. aims to address the burdens of historically harmful chemicals and industrial practices imposed on the Global South.
Photo of a vegan, plant-based lunch
August 7, 2023
New research represents “the most comprehensive attempt to link food consumption data to the data on the environmental impacts of food production.”
A photo of Anna Pickett of the Yale-affiliated Urban Resources Initiative with participants in the Exploring Nature program
August 7, 2023
A partnership between Yale, New Haven, and local nonprofits offers new environmental programming for children and families.
July 24, 2023
The USDA has allocated more than $3 billion to help farmers transition to practices that sequester carbon and reduce emissions but some researchers have raised doubts.
July 24, 2023
The organization Bike Walk Connecticut is conducting a survey and willl share results with the Capital Region Council of Governments for use in regional planning. 
Photo of Yale environmental economist Matthew Kotchen
July 24, 2023
Environmental economist Matthew Kotchen talks about the social cost of carbon, the world of offsets, and the importance of connecting academics and policymakers.