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  • Teaching Assistantships Available for Summer Courses in Environmental Science and Policy

    Teaching Assistantships Available for Summer Courses in Environmental Science and Policy

    The Masters in Public Administration program in Environmental Science and Policy is looking to hire teaching assistants for its summer 2018 courses.

  • New York City: a Learning Lab for Sustainable Transportation

    New York City: a Learning Lab for Sustainable Transportation

    In partnership with the Earth Institute’s Center for Sustainable Urban Development, the M.S. in Sustainability Management program has developed an exciting new inter-disciplinary course entitled Access, Innovation, and the Urban Transportation Transition. This class draws on a series of lectures, a case study approach and experiential learning in New York City.

  • Learn More About the M.S. in Sustainability Management Program

    Learn More About the M.S. in Sustainability Management Program

    We invite you to join us for an upcoming information session about the Earth Institute’s sustainability-focused education programs, including the Master of Science in Sustainability Management, the Certificate in Sustainability Analytics and the Certificate in Sustainable Water Management. The application deadline for fall 2014 enrollment for all programs is May 15, 2014.

  • Faculty Profile: Phil LaRocco

    Faculty Profile: Phil LaRocco

    MS in Sustainability Management faculty member Phil LaRocco spent twenty years with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, ending his career there as the Director of World Trade and Economic Development. In 1990, he founded E+Co, a non-profit investor in over two hundred energy enterprises in over twenty developing countries, with offices…

  • Sustainable Strategies for The Climate Group

    Sustainable Strategies for The Climate Group

    On Aug. 6, students in the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program presented the results of their capstone project to fellow students, program faculty, and colleagues at Columbia University.This summer, students enrolled in the capstone workshop undertook a project to develop a high-impact cleantech innovation program for The Climate Group.

  • Sustainability Management Faculty Identified as ‘Champion of Change’

    Sustainability Management Faculty Identified as ‘Champion of Change’

    The White House “Champions of Change” program identifies innovators across the country who are doing extraordinary work in their field of practice. This summer, the White House honored eleven people as “Champions of Change” in the Public Health and Climate arena. The 11 honorees included Kizzy Charles-Guzman, a faculty member in the M.S. in Sustainability…

  • Sustainability Skills Seminar: Lifecyle Assessment

    Sustainability Skills Seminar: Lifecyle Assessment

    Christoph Meinrenken, Associate Research Scientist with the Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy led a seminar on Product Lifecycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting. This seminar is part of the Sustainability Skills Series available to students in the Earth Institute education programs.

  • Faculty Profile: Naresh Devineni

    Faculty Profile: Naresh Devineni

    Naresh Devineni will be teaching a course on the Management and Development of Water Systems as part of the new Certificate in Sustainable Water Management. In this interview, conducted by Nick Turchak, Naresh elaborates on his research topics in Hydro-climatic Data Analysis and Modeling, Water Resources Management and Risk Assessment.

  • Consulting for the Built Environment

    Consulting for the Built Environment

    Eileen Quigley (MSSM ’12) never imagined she’d become a consultant. Yet since she started working at Closed Loop Advisors, a sustainability consulting firm started by fellow MSSM alums, JD Capuano and Sami Abbay, Eileen came to realize that it was a great fit.

  • Teaching Assistantships Available for Summer Courses in Environmental Science and Policy

    Teaching Assistantships Available for Summer Courses in Environmental Science and Policy

    The Masters in Public Administration program in Environmental Science and Policy is looking to hire teaching assistants for its summer 2018 courses.

  • New York City: a Learning Lab for Sustainable Transportation

    New York City: a Learning Lab for Sustainable Transportation

    In partnership with the Earth Institute’s Center for Sustainable Urban Development, the M.S. in Sustainability Management program has developed an exciting new inter-disciplinary course entitled Access, Innovation, and the Urban Transportation Transition. This class draws on a series of lectures, a case study approach and experiential learning in New York City.

  • Learn More About the M.S. in Sustainability Management Program

    Learn More About the M.S. in Sustainability Management Program

    We invite you to join us for an upcoming information session about the Earth Institute’s sustainability-focused education programs, including the Master of Science in Sustainability Management, the Certificate in Sustainability Analytics and the Certificate in Sustainable Water Management. The application deadline for fall 2014 enrollment for all programs is May 15, 2014.

  • Faculty Profile: Phil LaRocco

    Faculty Profile: Phil LaRocco

    MS in Sustainability Management faculty member Phil LaRocco spent twenty years with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, ending his career there as the Director of World Trade and Economic Development. In 1990, he founded E+Co, a non-profit investor in over two hundred energy enterprises in over twenty developing countries, with offices…

  • Sustainable Strategies for The Climate Group

    Sustainable Strategies for The Climate Group

    On Aug. 6, students in the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program presented the results of their capstone project to fellow students, program faculty, and colleagues at Columbia University.This summer, students enrolled in the capstone workshop undertook a project to develop a high-impact cleantech innovation program for The Climate Group.

  • Sustainability Management Faculty Identified as ‘Champion of Change’

    Sustainability Management Faculty Identified as ‘Champion of Change’

    The White House “Champions of Change” program identifies innovators across the country who are doing extraordinary work in their field of practice. This summer, the White House honored eleven people as “Champions of Change” in the Public Health and Climate arena. The 11 honorees included Kizzy Charles-Guzman, a faculty member in the M.S. in Sustainability…

  • Sustainability Skills Seminar: Lifecyle Assessment

    Sustainability Skills Seminar: Lifecyle Assessment

    Christoph Meinrenken, Associate Research Scientist with the Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy led a seminar on Product Lifecycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting. This seminar is part of the Sustainability Skills Series available to students in the Earth Institute education programs.

  • Faculty Profile: Naresh Devineni

    Faculty Profile: Naresh Devineni

    Naresh Devineni will be teaching a course on the Management and Development of Water Systems as part of the new Certificate in Sustainable Water Management. In this interview, conducted by Nick Turchak, Naresh elaborates on his research topics in Hydro-climatic Data Analysis and Modeling, Water Resources Management and Risk Assessment.

  • Consulting for the Built Environment

    Consulting for the Built Environment

    Eileen Quigley (MSSM ’12) never imagined she’d become a consultant. Yet since she started working at Closed Loop Advisors, a sustainability consulting firm started by fellow MSSM alums, JD Capuano and Sami Abbay, Eileen came to realize that it was a great fit.