About Us

The Yale Environment Review brings environmental research to life by making it compelling, accessible, and relevant to a wide audience. Our work empowers people with a deeper understanding of peer-reviewed research and the most pressing issues facing our planet. 

The Yale Environment Review is a student-run publication that aims to increase access to the latest developments in environmental studies. We aim to shed light on cutting-edge environmental research through summaries, analysis, and interviews. We do this through three types of content:
 
  • Focus articles explore one recent peer-reviewed article and connect its findings to our everyday lives. 
  • Feature pieces build a story around a central theme using multiple recent peer-reviewed articles.
  • Spotlights profile the people behind the latest research in the environmental field.
The Yale Environment Review helps students sharpen their writing skills, familiarize themselves with science communication, and provides a platform to showcase their expertise.
 

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Staff

Cameron Ramey 

editor-in-chief, writer

Cameron (Cami) is a first-year Master of Environmental Management student at the Yale School of the Environment, specializing in Climate Change Science and Solutions. She is especially interested in climate change adaptation, community resilience and climate change communication. Cami is a recent graduate of the University of Florida and prior to joining YSE she supported sustainable development and conservation projects with a number of internationally-focused nonprofits. She spends her time admiring the New England seasons, eating vast amounts of baked goods and looking for the best reading spots.

 

 

Laura González Mantecón

communications and outreach manager, writer

Laura is a Fulbright Scholar and Master of Environmental Management candidate from Santander, Spain. She is interested in the intersection of conservation, sustainable development, and climate change adaptation. Before coming to the Yale School of the Environment, Laura has worked in outdoor, international, and environmental education within the United World College network in India and Bosnia & Herzegovina, and in Banff National Park in Canada. Laura tries very hard to not think about skiing while writing for YER (or on any other occasion), but she only accomplishes it about half the time.