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Yale Blue Green
We are Yalies engaged in environmental & sustainability issues. Join an existing chapter or start a local branch. Email: yalebluegreen@gmail.com.
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Happy Birthday Rachel Carson! Thank you for all the amazing work you did in the name of conservation. Celebrate her birthday by reading one of her books or visiting a natl wildlife refuge or even visiting the Rachel Carson Natl in Maine ().
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Sustainable Harvard May 26
Compostable materials collected in Harvard’s offices, dorms, and cafés are now used to produce renewable energy rather than soil
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YaleDayOfService May 26
In New Haven volunteers from Yale Club of New Haven joined IRIS Refugee Young Leaders for project at Lighthouse Park. Worked together in beautification of the park. What an amazing group photo!
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American Forests May 26
Coalitions help enact policy change that protect our forests, including the recent Fire Funding Fix. Hear what Senior Director of Programs and Policy has to say about the power of coalitions!
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YaleDayOfService May 25
Collaboration between at Angel Island Immigration Station on 5/12. 7th year for this project!
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Business&Enviro@Yale May 25
Taking on Climate Change - We were thrilled to have both Elizabeth of or Nathaniel of speak this year. Both are innovators, purpose driven leaders & inspiring speakers - highly recommend checking out their orgs
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Yale Sustainability May 25
Welcome back alumni! is an alumni group engaged in environmental and sustainability issues and topics.
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Cassie Flynn May 25
is already putting at risk! Just 12 varieties make up over 80% of the market in many countries - all of them will be affected by warming temperatures. Just thinking about it makes me thirsty. Pass the rosé.
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Audubon Society May 24
Last week, Audubon celebrated the legacy of female leadership in conservation by presenting three conservation champions with the 2018 Rachel Carson Award.
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Business&Enviro@Yale May 23
Engaging High Potential Communities in Urban Nature Conservation - The ongoing (and inspiring) work of is another leading example of this work - great article by Jensen Montambault of
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The Climate Museum May 24
Very helpful piece from Priya Barua on evaluating corporate clean energy leadership. As usual with climate leadership, look at context (both up- and downside) and collaborations.
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Rebecca Carman May 22
Global schemes to price CO2 emissions worth $82 billion according to new report - an increase of 56% increase on last year
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YaleDayOfService May 22
YAA of Knoxville gathered on 5/12 at the Children's Museum of Oak Ridge. Alumni painted and did general clean-up. Kids of all ages benefit from the educational programs and exhibits offered at the museum.
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Max Lambert May 23
Amazingly common and stunningly gorgeous Three painted turtles (Chrysemys picta picta) at one of my favorite places in Connecticut, the Natural Preserve, an forested refuge in the heart of urban New Haven
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Adam Glenn May 23
As the lurches its way through Congress, key protections are in play — pesticide use, organic food labelling and farm & water preservation. A backgrounder:
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YANA May 23
A reminder to alumni & friends in DC looking to join a board: tomorrow, will be holding Board Match Washington DC, an event for nonprofits to meet board member candidates! Visit the link below to sign up as a candidate:
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Business&Enviro@Yale May 24
The business case for empowering women through climate-resilient supply chains via - lots of good research and practice backs this up. Student leaders and climate change entrepreneurs show this in action everyday
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datadrivenyale May 24
A new mapping project shows how segregation affects access to grocery stores, hospitals, banks, or parks:
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Yale Sustainability May 24
Take advantage of the nice weather, and use your commute to get fresh air by walking or biking! Check out Yale's Bike Map!
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YaleDayOfService May 24
Alums in Boulder collaborated with in project at Thorne Nature Experience Sombrero Marsh. Work included beautifying the trail at this wildlife sanctuary.
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