Interview Videos

Interviews with Yale faculty, graduate students and post-doctoral researchers.

Interview Videos

"Say what you want about 350.org," said Peter Knight, who manages $11BB of socially responsible investments, "but they changed the discussion." If 350.org brought the divestment discussion into the living room, Yale SOM students brought it into the board room on Friday night for the SOM's inaugural "Low-Carbon...
Todd Cort co-directs the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale.  He reviews the specifics of socially responsible investment (SRI) and offers suggestions for participants in the School of Management's upcoming inaugural "Low-Carbon Portfolio Case Competition, co-sponsored by YCEI.
Gary Brudvig, Director of the Yale Energy Sciences Institute, and Josh Galperin, co-Director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, discuss their respective centers, and their relationship to the Yale Climate and Energy Institute.
Jared Milfred '16 became the nation's youngest certified nuclear plant operator while still attending Cleveland High School in Portland, Oregon. "I may well have been the youngest operator in the world," he says, referring to his license that allowed him to operate the Reed College research reactor, "but the International...
Yale's School of Management presents the first national competition for business school students to demonstrate the most innovative and financially successful portfolio management plan for a hypothetical company that has chosen to divest its fossil fuel holdings. The Low-Carbon Portfolio Case Competition offers a $10,000 first place cash...
Are Conservatives welcome at an event like the People's Climate March? Should they be?  Is the answer to collective action solved by one big tent that embraces both sides of our divided political spectrum?  Or are two tents what we need? George Marshall, who visited Yale on Wednesday, offers his thoughts.
Project Director Ron Smith explains the nature of gravity waves, how they propagate high into the stratosphere and then collapse, creating Brewer-Dobson circulation cells that influence global weather. His international team of researchers spent most of the summer flying the night skies New Zealand to study the phenomenon.

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