About the Center
Yale University's School of Forestry & Environmental Studies' Center for Industrial Ecology was established in September 1998 to provide an organizational focus for research in industrial ecology.
The Center brings together Yale staff, students, visiting scholars, and practitioners to develop new knowledge at the forefront of the field. Research is carried out in collaboration with other segments of the Yale community, other academic institutions, and international partners.
The Center for Industrial Ecology is comprised of an international team of faculty, students, staff and visiting scholars that work together to further the field of industrial ecology. More »
With over 500 members from 42 countries, the ISIE promotes industrial ecology as a way to find innovative solutions to complicated environmental problems. More »
The Journal of Industrial Ecology is open to and encourages submissions that are interdisciplinary in approach. In addition to more formal academic papers, the journal seeks to provide a forum for. More »
The Industrial Environmental Management and Energy (IEME) Student Interest Group attracts students interested in working with industry to improve environmental quality. More »
The Center for Industrial Ecology is looking for students and researchers to join our team. More »
IN THE NEWS
Yale University’s Journal of Industrial Ecology is pleased to announce a special issue on Sustainable Urban Systems that focuses on the integration of engineered infrastructures, people, and natural systems in the pursuit of environmentally sustainable cities. more >>
The IEM Lecture Series brings industry speakers to Yale to discuss the relationship between business and the environment with support from the Joel Omura Kurihara Fund. More »