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Climate Innovation

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We are fostering ideas to help fight the damaging effects of climate change.

Through these innovations and initiatives, we are investigating opportunities to slow — or maybe even reverse — those damaging effects, especially among the most vulnerable.

Programs and Initiatives

Defining Climate Tech

The term “climate tech” intentionally casts a wide net. It includes both physical and digital technologies. It includes technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, technologies that remove emissions from the atmosphere, and technologies that enable adaptation to an altered climate.

As part of our Beyond the Buzzwords initiative with Tsai CITY, we've given thought to what this broad term means. Have a read and watch the explanatory video!

Climate Tech on Beyond the Buzzwords

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Mentorship Opportunities

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CBEY creates opportunities for students to meet with people thinking critically about climate change and how innovation plays a large role in mitigating and possibly reversing its effects. 

These fellows and mentors are available to meet with you to discuss anything from new ventures to career pathways to coursework. Reach out and connect with them!

Alumni Visiting Mentors

Aishwarya Kuruttukulam

Environmental Innovation Fellow at Yale Center for Business and Environment
Master of International and Development Economics 2022

Peter Boyd

Faculty at Yale School of the Environment
Founder & CEO at Time4Good Group

Industry News & Stories

Climate Innovation Events

Connect with like-minded individuals

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Matthew LeBlanc

Chief Investment Officer of the Infrastructure Investments Group at JP Morgan Asset Management
MBA 1998

Phillip Dube

Senior Project Associate at The Trust for Public Land
Master of Environmental Management 2020

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