Managing New York City is enormously complicated, and reaching carbon reduction goals will be a matter of two steps forward and one step back; management innovation is necessary to bring our city government’s operations into the 21st century and hasten the transition to environmental sustainability.
The virtual career fair will include information sessions, panel talks, one-on-ones with company representatives, and more. Students and alumni must register by Friday, February 3 in order to participate.
|January 31, 2023
The heart of the challenge of sustainable supply chains is that “out of sight” can no longer mean “out of mind.”
Cooling technologies, including refrigerators and industrial chillers, can prevent food waste and are increasingly necessary in our warming climate. Are there ways to minimize their climate impacts?
Benjamin Ritter, Carolyne Barker, and Kevin Karl
|January 27, 2023
Researchers at Columbia Climate School discuss the benefits and challenges of working with carbon from ocean and coastal ecosystems.
The clean energy transition depends heavily on lithium, but mining this element is not “clean.” We must not fall into the same traps from which we are trying to free ourselves.
|January 18, 2023
The purpose of greenwashing rules is not to prevent innocent errors or ignore tradeoffs but to discourage outright deception.
Used vehicles serve real needs across Africa, but they also contribute to its public health and environmental problems through crashes and pollution.
Festival Godwin Boateng and Jacqueline Klopp
|January 10, 2023
The transition to environmental sustainability will change the material basis of the world economy. This shift has begun, and its pace will be influenced by technology, capital, and public policy.
Our elected officials, community leaders, experts, and students discuss their 2023 climate resolutions. What will yours be?