Environment school alums advise going green

Four Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies alumni spoke Friday about how corporations can expand their environmental initiatives in the recession through small, cost-saving measures. Andrew Winston FES ’03, Kristin Morico FES ’98, Eliza Eubank SOM ’07 FES ’07 and Paulette Frank FES ’96 told an audience of about 90 students and professionals on […]

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Zoning plan aims to preserve ‘village feel’

At a Board of Aldermen community workshop Tuesday night, the Economic Development Administration proposed a business zoning plan designed to maintain the “village feel” of New Haven streets. While several aldermen vocally supported the idea, a handful expressed reservations about some of the plan’s details. The proposed zone is intended to prevent big-box stores and […]

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Metro-North looks into extending rail service to Penn Station

Metro-North Railroad announced plans last week to continue its long-running efforts to provide service to Penn Station. The railroad issued a press release last Tuesday announcing that it would restart an environmental review from a decade ago to assess the possibility and impact of running its trains to Penn Station. Though Metro-North trains currently run […]

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