Climate Change at Yale

Climate change is arguably the defining issue of our time. It stands to affect human health, livelihoods and economic welfare, as well as human-built and natural environments globally. Nearly 80 faculty across Yale University offer both depth and breadth of understanding on this issue.  The research community includes the natural sciences, such as Atmospheric, Ocean, and Climate Science; Chemical and Environmental Engineering; Environmental and Green Chemistry; Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Remote Sensing; Public Health and Infectious Disease; the social sciences including Political Science and Communications; Economics; Urban Studies; and Law, Policy and Regulation; and humanist endeavors such as Architecture and Design; History; Religion; and Anthropology. 

[More content about Yale’s climate research is being developed—stay tuned]