We've pointed out sustainable reasons to be at Yale, and eco-pioneering reasons to leave. Now we've heard about a new joint degree between the Architecture School and the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
"We are combining both the skills of architecture and ecology, so that our buildings and landscapes can result in less adverse effects on the natural environment and create more positive connections between people and nature," said Environment School professor Stephen Kellert. "It's an attempt to really focus on the challenge to build a more sustainable human-built environment."
The Ivy League is doing its part, people! :: Yale Daily News