Charlotte Hughes
Staff Reporter
Charlotte Hughes reports on climate and environmental issues in New Haven. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, she is a freshman in Branford College majoring in English.
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Yale students and alumni receive coveted scholarships

Yale College students won several prestigious scholarships over the 2021-22 academic year.  Four Yalies won Rhodes Scholarships for graduate study at the University of Oxford […]

Teen organizers criticize “fossil fools” in New Haven

Last Friday, the New Haven Climate Movement Youth Action Team criticized the city budget’s lack of climate solutions funding.

East Haven neighbors voice concerns over Tweed Airport expansion 

Residents question Tweed environmental assessment, airport runway extension and terminal addition at a Tuesday meeting.

SOM professor updates viral list of Russia-affiliated companies

The list of over 450 companies now includes five tiers of business involvement with Russia.

Local foundation to sue Yale shuttle company for allegedly violating Clear Air Act

As part of their anti-idling campaign, Conservation Law Foundation intends to sue First Transit for violating the Connecticut Clear Air Act.

Russian oil ban – a possibility for greener energy?

Yale professors comment on the Russian oil ban.

Professors research carbon capture and renewable energy through Planetary Solutions Project

Researchers share current initiatives aligned with the Project’s mission.

Qinxuan Pan murder trial further delayed again to April 5

Defense lawyers argue difficulties in Pan reviewing evidence.

Despite criticism, Yale holds investment again in fracking giant

Antero Resources reappeared in Yale’s latest 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Updated Yale Climate Opinion Maps reveal city’s climate priorities

The Yale Program on Climate Communication released a comprehensive 2021 report on Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions and support for climate policies at the state, congressional district, metro area and county levels.

Nation’s longest-running environmental charter school breaks new ground in climate education

Students at Common Ground High School learn to change climate for the better