The goal for the School’s strategic communications is, in part, to contribute to public understanding and discourse on environmental issues and to encourage the integration of those issues into strategies for business, international development, government, and nongovernmental organizations.
The communications office publicizes faculty and student research and School-sponsored events through traditional and digital media. School news, alumni profiles, and other items are regularly published through the School’s website (http://environment.yale.edu), e-mail newsletters, Facebook (https://facebook.com/YaleFES), Twitter (https://twitter.com/YaleFES), Instagram (https://instagram.com/YaleFES), and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/school/5527901).
To contact the F&ES communications office, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203.436.4805.
Other communications vehicles include the award-winning online magazine Yale Environment 360; reports from the School’s centers and programs; and the student-edited publications Sage Magazine and Yale Environment Review.
Yale Environment 360 (http://e360.yale.edu) features reporting, analysis, and opinion on global environmental issues from leading writers, scientists, policy makers, and journalists in the field. Launched in 2008, Yale Environment 360 has established a broad global audience and received numerous awards and honors.
For newsletters and reports of the individual centers and programs, refer to their individual websites, listed online at http://environment.yale.edu/centers.
Sage Magazine (http://sagemagazine.org) is a student-run environmental arts and journalism publication. Through creative and informative journalism, Sage seeks to expand popular notions of environmentalism and widen the debate around pressing and important environmental issues.
Yale Environment Review (http://environment-review.yale.edu) is a student-run online publication that provides concise summaries of peer-reviewed research from around the world, with a focus on topics of general interest to those engaged in environmental and natural resource management.
Recording Policy Acknowledgment
In order to capture the breadth of activities that occur at F&ES—and integrate the expertise of our faculty, students, and visitors into the broader environmental dialogue—Yale University frequently photographs, videotapes, and/or records events, lectures, and activities (including during alumni events) at F&ES. By attending and/or participating in classes and in other F&ES and University activities, those in attendance agree to the University’s use and distribution of their image and/or voice in photographs, audio, and video capture, or in electronic reproductions of such classes and activities. These images, recordings, or excerpts may be included, for example, in Yale University websites, publications, and online courses, and otherwise used to support the University’s mission.