Political polarization is a trap that is easy to fall into, but many Americans are looking for a sense of unity and leadership that represents our common values and shared sense of community.
Suggestions from Peter Coleman, psychologist and expert in conflict and cooperation.
While we scramble for energy supplies to replace Russia’s fossil fuels, the long-term impact of this war could and should be increased demand for renewable energy. For now, the people of Ukraine deserve our help and prayers.
As the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine unfolds, scholars offer their insights into what it means for the clean energy transition, food security, public health, and efforts to curb climate change.
Research scientist Joshua Fisher provides solutions in his new book.
|February 23, 2022
In a recent workshop, grassroots women peacebuilders said they are being left out of critical decision-making discussions, and that the media isn’t sharing their stories.
|February 18, 2022
A therapist aims to help her patients by adapting conflict resolution tactics during a fellowship at Columbia’s Teachers College.
|January 21, 2022
A poet and social psychologist at the Columbia Climate School explore the power of language in conflict resolution, sustainability, and peace.
|January 5, 2022
Feeling anxious about seeing your family this Thanksgiving? Check out these tips on how to avoid uncomfortable conflicts and enjoy your holiday.
Caroline Harting and Acacia O'Connor
|November 19, 2021
Understanding security and peace only in terms of war and conflict no longer reflects the challenges of our time.
|September 22, 2021