Sustainability Management student Jiangnan Shen co-founded a company that is exploring new ways to teach sustainable development. She tells us about the company’s games and how they can contribute to climate action.
Sarah Fecht, Author at State of the Planet
With the World Cup nearly upon us, professional soccer player Samantha Mewis spoke with Climate School experts in an event focusing on how climate change is impacting sports.
This seemingly simple term carries a lot of baggage. Scholars at the Columbia Climate School are helping to envision what forward movement could look like.
Visitors played with glacial goo, watched trash cans erupt with water and ping pong balls, and performed hands-on science experiments — all while learning how Lamont researchers help us understand our planet.
The benefits and challenges of moving communities to safer ground.
The Columbia Climate School’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society celebrated its 25th anniversary in an event on September 16.
Changing temperatures and precipitation can affect when the leaves change and how vibrant their colors blaze.
Transitioning off fossil fuels isn’t all sunshine and roses. Experts from around Columbia Climate School weigh in on how governments and developers can move forward responsibly.
In Houston, researchers are studying how air pollution particles affect the strength and lifecycle of storms in order to improve weather and climate forecasting.
It’s the U.S.’s first bill that focuses on climate change, but it’s not perfect.