Environment Experts

Experts are listed alphabetically.


Paul T. Anastas Ph.D.

Teresa and H. John Heinz III Professor in the Practice of Chemistry for the Environment


Field & Expertise

Environment

Green chemistry, climate change, Environmental Protection Agency, sustainability


Daniel C. Esty J.D.
  • Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy
  • Director of the Center for Environmental Law and Policy

Field & Expertise

Environment

Climate change policy, green chemistry


Justin Farrell Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology


Field & Expertise

Environment

Environmental politics, data science, sociology of religion, American West


Kenneth Gillingham Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Environmental and Energy Economics


Field & Expertise

Environment

Environmental and energy economics, industrial organization, energy and climate policy modeling, transportation economics, technological change


Kenneth Gillingham Ph.D.
  • Professor of Economics, Yale School of the Environment
  • Secondary appointment, Yale School of Management
  • Secondary appointment, Department of Economics

Field & Expertise

Environment, Social Sciences/Politics

  • Green Infrastructure
  • Energy consumption
  • Electric grid
  • Electric vehicles


Matthew Kotchen Ph.D.

Professor of Economics


Field & Expertise

Environment, Social Sciences/Politics

  • Social Costs of Carbon
  • Carbon pricing
  • Fossil Fuel Company Subsidies
  • Natural Resource Policy


Anthony Leiserowitz Ph.D.
  • Senior Research Scientist
  • Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication

Field & Expertise

Environment

Climate change, public opinion on global warming


Narasimha Rao Ph.D.
  • Associate Professor of Energy Systems, Yale School of the Environment
  • Senior Research Scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
  • Adjunct Fellow at the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment in Bangalore, India

Field & Expertise

Environment

  • The effects of climate change policies on vulnerable and low-income communities
  • Raising standards of living while also addressing environmental issues
  • Equity in energy transitions
  • Cooling the planet while not heating the planet


David Skelly Ph.D.
  • Frank R. Oastler Professor of Ecology
  • Director of the Peabody Museum of Natural History
  • Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Field & Expertise

Environment

Climate change, evolution, conservation, amphibians


Julie Zimmerman Ph.D.
  • Professor of Green Engineering
  • Associate Director for Research at Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering

Field & Expertise

Environment

Green chemistry and engineering, safer chemicals, sustainability, water quality