During an event, held on Nov. 10, the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC), along with the China Center for Climate Change Communication, released the results of a new survey
showing that a majority of the public in both the U.S. and China support the Paris Agreement and the clean energy transition.
During a panel event on Nov. 14, Casey Pickett
’11 M.E.M./M.B.A., director of the Yale Carbon Charge initiative
, will discuss the first-of-its-kind carbon pricing scheme recently introduced campus wide. Angel Hsu
’13 Ph.D., assistant professor at F&ES and Yale-NUS and director of Yale Data-Driven Environmental Solutions Group
(Data-Driven Yale), will be speaking at side events and is organizing a workshop.
And throughout the conference students from F&ES will fill a variety of roles for national governments, global NGOs, international coalitions, church groups, student organizations, and Yale-based programs.
Below, some of the F&ES students describe their projects and what they hope comes from their work.