May 7, 2020
Disasters that occur in one place can trigger even greater costs in cities across the world due to the interconnectedness of the global urban trade network.
May 5, 2020
The “Faith for Earth” initiative will integrate new science and policy research with the perspectives of religion and ethics.
April 28, 2020
Designed in the style of high school yearbook awards, the awards are a fun way to recognize the achievements of the first cohort of Sustainability Liaisons.
April 24, 2020
In a survey of consumers in Germany, researchers found that people underestimate the total cost of vehicle ownership by €221 ($240) per month on average.
April 23, 2020
Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic can help us prepare ourselves for the challenges presented by climate change, President Salovey told a virtual UN panel.
Fenichel studies the intertemporal allocation, valuation, and management of natural assets and liabilities.
April 22, 2020
In honor of Earth Day, Seto joined President Salovey for his “Yale Talk” podcast to discuss how cities can be managed and built for sustainability and health.
Anthony Leiserowitz discusses what the debate over — and politicization of — climate change can teach us about national support for the response to COVID-19.
FES Dean Indy Burke talks with Kerry about why he first got involved in environmental issues, the progress he’s seen, and the biggest challenges ahead.
April 21, 2020
Yale researchers have identified several system-based ways to augment energy efficiency in water desalination — a departure from materials-based approaches.