In the wake of international commitments to a greener future at COP21, debates are raging across the globe over what environmentalism is worth to a population. Accurate economic quantifications are crucial to informed decisions, and researchers are responding to the call for a new methodology of valuing natural assets.
Posts From Kathryn Ward
Mark Essig lights up when he tells the unlikely story of how 19th century hog drives in the Blue Ridge Mountains created a complex infrastructure of taverns, roads, and pig statues across North Carolina. This story fascinated Essig and led
A Yale-led group discovers and characterizes an ancient carnivorous crustaceous using high-tech methods.
Sage Hall in the School of Forestry is now home to a new rain garden, designed by Caitlin Feehan (FES ’14) and Cary Simmons (YC ’15) to lessen the detrimental effects of storm water runoff. During heavy storms, runoff rushes