October 27, 2022 | Careers, Life, and Yale | View the Recording
Eat the Change You Wish to See in the World: A Conversation with Seth Goldman (’95 MPPM), Co-Founder of Honest Tea
February 16, 2023 | Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show | View the Recording
Professors Dan Esty and Maria Ivanova: Yale Blue Green Sustainability Webinar Series
February 23, 2023 | YBG Sustainability Webinar Series | View the Recording
Narasimha Rao & Dawn Lippert ’06, ’07 MEM: Yale Blue Green Sustainability Webinar Series
March 20, 2023 | Virtual | Renewable Energy
Environmental Advocacy & Academia: A conversation w/Fred Krupp, Yale Trustee & President of the Environmental Defense Fund
April 13, 2023 | Virtual | Environmental Defense Fund
Seeds are the Wealth of Any Nation
I wasn’t a seed saver until Spring of 2020 when all leafy green seeds were sold out at the local food coop, the hardware store and the grocery. I started to save every seed…
Milling Backyard Lumber
When three of our pines died, the thought of them decomposing and releasing the carbon they stored for decades was daunting. To use the wood would sequester the carbon and save the escalated cost of lumber for a shelter from the seasonal insects. Milling local wood reduces the carbon emissions of shipping.
ASAP – Adopt a Sapling Project
It’s easy to become a tree steward! Basic activities include watering trees, adding mulch and soil, and removing weeds and litter; learn more here.
Wendy Greenhouse ‘77 and her husband, Mike Trenary, have owned a Chevy Volt since 2012 and a Chevy Bolt EV since 2019. They will never go back to driving an ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicle. Learn why in this article.
Solar Energy, Energy Star Appliances, and Electric Vehicle Costs
Margot’s family had twenty-five years in an 1890’s home with a new studio. Read about their holistic approach to home energy saving projects.
One Drop at a Time: Vaulting Rainwater
Learn more about the award winning work of Marcus de la Fleur, landscape architect.
Renovation of a 1912 House to Net Zero
We set out to demonstrate that it was possible to retrofit a leaky hundred-year-old house to net zero… and in our case to derive 100% of the power from solar panels