Lamont research professor Brendan Buckley helps his students learn to listen to the trees.
Guest Blogger, Author at State of the Planet
A recent graduate of the Master of Science in Sustainability Science program, Reuben Goh hopes to convey his enthusiasm for the environment to future students.
A senior in the Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development describes his path to natural history broadcast journalism.
Two sustainable-development students reflect on career-defining internships.
Rapidly intensifying hurricanes are hard to predict. Research suggests that climate change may be making them more frequent.
Daryush Nourbaha says a master’s degree in sustainability science prepared him well for his role at one of the world’s most high-profile companies. Plus he got to watch a rocket launch.
Developing countries are being left behind in the solar power revolution. To achieve global decarbonization, we need to revise the rules of global trade.
Atmospheric physicist Chia-Ying Lee is working to improve our understanding of how tropical cyclones will evolve in the future.
A primer on what the Climate School student government is, and how to get involved.
After working for years in finance and sustainability, a new student aims to expand her horizons.