Yale Climate Connections is a nonpartisan, multimedia service providing daily broadcast radio programming and original web-based reporting, commentary, and analysis on the issue of climate change, one of the greatest challenges and stories confronting modern society.
Since the fall of 2007, Yale Climate Connections has aimed to help citizens and institutions understand how the changing climate is already affecting our lives. It seeks to help individuals, corporations, media, non-governmental organizations, government agencies, academics, artists, and more learn from each other about constructive “solutions” so many are undertaking to reduce climate-related risks and wasteful energy practices.
Through articles, radio stories, videos, and webinars, we “connect the dots” between climate change and energy, extreme weather, public health, food and water, jobs and the economy, national security, the creative arts, and religious and moral values, among other themes.
Edited by veteran journalist and journalism educator Sara Peach, Yale Climate Connections provides content developed by a network of experienced independent freelance science journalists, researchers, and educators across the country. In doing so, it brings together a dynamic global community of individuals, scientists, educators, and media and communicators in their common pursuit of better understanding and of responsibly addressing climate-related risks. We invite your participation in this vital conversation – please share your own ideas, experiences, and success stories.
Yale Climate Connections is an initiative of the Yale Center for Environmental Communication (YCEC), directed by Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz of the Yale School of the Environment, Yale University.
Views expressed at our website, Youtube channel, and Facebook page are those of individual authors, producers and commenters. Contact us by e-mail with any questions. We welcome your feedback and ideas.
Yale Climate Connections is grateful for the generous financial support of the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment and of individual Yale University alumni.