The Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, a joint undertaking between the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale Law School, seeks to incorporate fresh thinking, ethical awareness, and analytically rigorous decision-making tools into environmental law and policy.
In addition to its research activities, the Center aims to serve as a locus for connection and collaboration by all members of the Yale University community who are interested in environmental law and policy issues. The Center supports a wide-ranging program of teaching, research, and outreach on local, regional, national, and global pollution control and natural resource management issues. These efforts involve faculty, staff, and student collaboration and are aimed at shaping academic thinking and policymaking in the public, private, and NGO sectors.
Sustainability professionals from around the world will gather at Yale University this October 9-12 for four days of thought-provoking lectures and interactive discussions at the third annual Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum....
Sustainability professionals from around the world will gather at Yale University this September 12-15 for four days of thought-provoking lectures and interactive discussions at the Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum.
Sustainability professionals from across the United States and abroad will gather at Yale this September for three days to learn from experts in the field and from each other at the second annual Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum
Sustainability is changing the way we experience life in the 21st Century. It integrates concepts that in the 20th Century were considered in isolation. No longer can we celebrate a strong economy if the environment is in decline. Nor can we push environmental policies that do not also consider t...
This September 21-23, Yale University will host the first Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum. “The Forum is indispensable for those wanting or needing to stay abreast of the major changes in environmental thinking in re...