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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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datadrivenyale Nov 16
The new report takes stock of 155 companies' progress towards goals, & finds that 37 companies are already over 95% renewable, and six members reached their 100% goal for the first time:
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Helle H. Grønli Nov 14
Which clean energy choices are cost-effective and which are not? Research by Ken Gillingham shows pathways.
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Helle H. Grønli Nov 13
Community to increase resiliency & grid value. First article in a series of more from research by & Nate Grady . Great reading -
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Jason Czarnezki Nov 11
We need to think about as a shared value, not an ideological one.
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datadrivenyale Nov 12
How climate change and shifting weather patterns contribute to the , via
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Toby Couture Nov 12
Senegal takes a major leap forward in solar policy by being the first country in Africa to implement a ground-breaking new policy for An honor to be a part:
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Yale NDEL Nov 10
Submit your panel proposals on Global Climate Justice! 2019 will be held at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies on Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2, 2019.
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Yale Sustainability Nov 12
EcoWorks has reopened in its new location in North Haven. Support creativity and reuse by volunteering. Email volunteer@ecoworks.com for more information!
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SAGE Magazine Nov 12
Don't forget to submit your pitch to SAGE Stories! Since we're an arts magazine, we encourage you to employ the Inclement Weather theme as a metaphor, or symbol, or motif, or simile.
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Yale F&ES Nov 9
Reflections of a beaver believer: on how the near eradication of beavers transformed the North American landscape – and how their restoration could help humans tackle growing environmental challenges
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Yale Blue Green Nov 9
What does the grocery store gap look like in DC? Dr. Rosita Thomas will moderate a lively discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 13th with panelists , Asha Carter/, and Theresa Meyers/.
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Yale Classics Lib Nov 6
Climate Science & Ancient History: Decoding "Natural" and “Human” Archives, November 27th-28th, 2018
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Yale Blue Green Nov 6
Grassroots fundraising vs corporate money in carbon fee ballot measure in Washington.
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Yale Blue Green Nov 5
Journalist and director Sonia Fritz will discuss her documentaries about the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico on November 7th.
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Yale Blue Green Nov 5
New York Times reporter Brad Plumer will discus energy and climate policy on November 7th.
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Yale Blue Green Nov 5
Great environmental events this week sponsored by the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale!
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Yale Blue Green Nov 5
Poynter Fellow and New York Times reporter Brad Plumer will discuss and energy and climate policy on Wednesday, Nov. 6th.
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City Atlas Nov 4
Our future: best dataviz of disasters ever
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Yale Environment 360 Nov 4
The young people who filed the Juliana case say a ruling against them would be one more step in the silencing of the country’s youth over climate change.
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America's Pledge Nov 4
President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the was an attempt to salvage the dying coal industry. But a new study shows that even Americans in coal-dependent states are recognizing the value of renewable energy.
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