Suggestions from Peter Coleman, psychologist and expert in conflict and cooperation.
Climate Week NYC Archives - State of the Planet
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.
Colonialism was motivated by the promise of plundering the environment and subjugating populations. Its legacy makes it far more challenging to address the climate crisis and implement equitable solutions.
Our expert says: Although carbon dioxide levels have been much higher in the past, they generally increased slowly, giving plants and animals time to adapt. When the rate of climate change was staggeringly fast, like today, there were big problems.
Sandra Goldmark discusses an upcoming Climate Week NYC event on the power of a new approach to consumption as a collective climate response.
Making a difference on climate change doesn’t have to take lots of time or effort.
We’ll be offering a lineup of special content and interesting events all week long.
America’s water systems face many challenges, including climate change and aging infrastructure. An upcoming event will focus on ways to solve multiple problems at the same time, with the same funding.
Experts from Columbia Climate School will join events bringing together voices from business, government, and civil society for the biggest climate event on earth.