Tasnim Elboute
Staff Reporter
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FES faculty receive research awards

Last week, Dean Peter Crane and Professor Chadwick Oliver, both of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (FES), received awards for their research.

Radio show raises climate change awareness

In less time than it takes to brush your teeth, a new radio series out of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies is spreading climate change awareness.

Study finds language key in climate debate

A survey suggests that Americans respond more forcefully to ‘global warming’ than to ‘climate change

Conference considers energy future

According to experts at the Yale Climate and Energy Institute’s annual conference, the state of global energy in 2030 remains uncertain.

Soil texture key in deforestation

A new Yale study reveals soil texture is key to understanding the vulnerability of an ecosystem to deforestation.

New Haven Farms triples capacity

New Haven Farms, an urban agriculture non-profit that provides free produce to disadvantaged residents, is in the process of acquiring a new farm that will triple its food output.

Grant promotes urban forestry awareness

A recent grant from Connecticut should make New Haven a little greener.

Yalies raise awareness in Sochi

Yale’s “Team Climate” traveled to the Olympic games in Sochi to raise awareness about climate change.

Google grant supports mapping

A group of eight students, faculty and staff from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (FES) recently received a grant from Google to map a 22,000-acre ranch in Wyoming.

Vasseur talks temperature variation

New research has found that variation — as well as as a rise — in temperatures will contribute to the impact of climate change.

NHPD investigates slur

The City of New Haven and the New Haven Police Department have been taking punitive measures after a racial slur was said on police radio.