Glaciologist Elizabeth Case spoke to New Yorkers about the role glaciers have played in designing the city’s landscape.
Olga Rukovets, Author at State of the Planet
In a panel moderated by journalist Miles O’Brien, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory scientists discussed why creative scientific communication is important.
A multi-session Climate Week event at Columbia included presentations, interactive activities, and panels on the most challenging and hopeful avenues for the future of food.
Avalon Hoek Spaans, an alumnus of the Columbia Climate School’s Climate and Society program, is channeling their personal experience and education to build a more just and sustainable world within the U.S. workforce.
Katie Tutrone uses her platform as a producer, climate educator, and reporter to inspire more people to pay closer attention to the weather.
At Columbia Climate School’s Managed Retreat conference, local and international academics, scientists, and community members will join representatives from different sectors to discuss managed retreat, habitability, and climate justice.
A soon-to-be graduate of the M.A. in Climate and Society program discusses his roundabout journey to climate science and politics.
A soon-to-be graduate of the M.A. in Climate and Society program hopes to influence policy that makes food systems more sustainable and equitable.
A celebration held at Columbia University recognized scientists Anny Cazenave and David Kohlstedt as the 2020 and 2023 Vetlesen Prize recipients.