In the second half of a two-part podcast, Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin visits with YCELP Research Assistant Joanna Dafoe about his recent book, The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World. The book, a follow-up to 2008’s The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power, examines the energies that have been foundational to civilization and the energies and technologies competing to replace them, all while highlighting how energy drives global political and economic change and conflict.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
In the second half of a two-part podcast, YCELP Research Assistant Nora Hawkins discusses environmental campaign finance with Heidi Binko, associate director of special climate initiatives at the Rockefeller Family Fund.
In the second half of a two-part interview, Jedediah Purdy, professor of law at Duke University and the author of the bestselling For Common Things: Irony, Trust, and Commitment in America Today and Being America: Liberty, Commerce and Violence in an American World, visits with Yale Environmental Law Association President Halley Epstein about the integral role environmental history plays in American history as a whole, and the ways racism, xenophobia, and privilege have shaped environmental values.
Chef, baker and owner of the SoNo Baking Company and Cafe on the process of putting together a good cookbook.
Co-Founder of online search tool Good Food Jobs on the exciting opportunities available in the expanding food and ag sector.
Chef, baker and owner of the SoNo Baking Company and Cafe on what he does and how he wound up doing it.
Professional chef and author on longevity, Greek cuisine and the Mediterranean diet.
Professional chef and author on her home island Ikaria and the lessons about diet it can teach.
Professional chef and author on writing cookbooks, running restaurants and cooking Greek food.
Co-Founder of online search tool Good Food Jobs on the growing food movement and the emerging food marketplace.