Hanwen Zhang
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Yale students, faculty attend UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai

As the world’s largest annual climate gathering enters its second week, several Yalies spoke with the News about discussions so far and what they expect from the conference.

Yale West Campus Farm builds community through gardening and stewardship

The research campus’ farm is looking to draw new members and plants as they wrap up another planting season.

Green resilience hubs offer disaster relief and affordability, Yale report finds

A collaborative project between School of the Environment graduate researchers and the Connecticut Green Bank lay a path forward for financing clean energy in community disaster relief facilities.

‘Good, science-based reporting’: 15 years of Yale-based environmental publication

Founded in 2008, the Yale Environment 360 Magazine has continued to deliver coverage of environmental issues around the world.

Clean Energy Conference surveys renewable energy landscape

As a part of the Yale New Haven Climate and Energy Summit, the Clean Energy Conference showcased the technology and finance behind renewable energy.

Tweed’s embattled expansion

How the airport’s growth plan threatens residents and the environment

Yalies4Palestine brings hundreds of students and community members together to protest Yale’s response to Israel-Hamas war

Nearly a month into the Israel-Hamas war, Yalies and New Haveners joined the call for a ceasefire, greater student protection and divestment from weapons manufacturers.

AI’s carbon footprint can be managed, computer science professors say

Eleven months after ChatGPT’s release, Yale computer science professors discussed the carbon footprint associated with artificial intelligence and how growing industry management might better control its energy use.

‘Environmental Joy’ conference takes on climate change with a smile

Organized by the Yale Center for Environmental Justice, climate leaders and researchers worked to approach global warming with joy and hope at the fifth annual iteration of the conference.

Peabody renovations to make museum more sustainable, inclusive

After four years of renovations, Yale’s Peabody Museum will reopen to the public as a greener, more community-oriented space.

Salovey’s sustainability record

University President Peter Salovey’s 10 years at the University’s helm have seen challenges and changes in sustainability goals.