You’ve got your shades, a towel, and plenty of sunscreen. Now the only thing you need to get through the summer is the perfect beach read. Look no further than the Yale Press’s new Summer Reading list . Whether you’re looking for that next vacation destination or have that favorite
The Yale Press website now features a special page for Earth Day, with a selection of key environmental titles for individuals and for businesses. From recent publications like Gus Speth’s The Bridge at the Edge of the World, to some of our bestsellers like Daniel C. Esty and Andrew S.
U.S. Governors and top environmental officials will meet tomorrow here at Yale University to exchange ideas on how states and the federal government can combat global warming and develop a strategy for future action. The gathering, organized in part by Yale Press author Gus Speth, will also celebrate the centennial
On the Freakonomics blog at the New York Times, Annika Mengisen admitted that she and fellow-blogger Steven Levitt can’t stop reading Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein. The Freakonomics team invited Thaler and Sunstein for a Q&A, which can be read here.
The New York Sun and the New York Observer, both running pieces on Creating Central Park by Morrison H. Heckscher, have decided to emphasize different parts of the story: one real estate, the other art. The Real Estate section of the New York Observer contained a Q&A with Heckscher about
Radio stations across the country are interviewing James Gustave Speth about his new book The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability. On Monday morning, Speth could be heard on Focus 580 with David Inge (WILL Illinois Public Radio). Hear that