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Content Tagged as Sustainability

Can We Make Recycling Work?

The ubiquitous blue bin for single-stream recycling obscures a set of tradeoffs and challenges, including contamination that complicates processing and lowers the value of recyclable materials.

Why We Need Finance to Fight Climate Change

There won’t be a transition to clean energy without a way to finance what could be the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken. Yale Insights talked with Jeffrey Schub ’13 of the Coalition for Green Capital about what a National Climate Bank could achieve.

Big Issues: What is Water Worth?

Julie Zimmerman, a professor of green engineering at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Science, joined the Global Leadership: Big Issues class to explore some of the complex issues surrounding water scarcity and its connection to energy and climate.