Just in time for Earth Day, New York City has issued a new sustainability plan; Mayor Adams deserves enormous credit for empowering his team to develop and issue this plan and for deploying his political capital in support of practical, real-world-oriented sustainability planning, policy, programs, and management.
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law is working to advance laws that facilitate safe and responsible ways of leveraging the ocean to remove carbon dioxide from the air.
|April 21, 2023
As director of the Learning the Earth with Artificial Intelligence and Physics (LEAP) Center, Pierre Gentine is aiming to bring greater precision to climate modeling and innovative solutions to the climate crisis.
|April 21, 2023
The longer we can extend the lifetimes of consumer products, the better off our planet will be.
On Earth Day and every day, Columbia Climate School is working to understand our planet and promote more sustainable ways of living and doing business.
Environmental justice lawyer Christine Appah-Gyamfi offers tips for getting involved in climate advocacy this Earth Day.
Climate School experts discuss how strategic investing can drive innovation and systemic change.
We are nowhere close to achieving the transition to environmental sustainability, but the process is well underway here in the United States. To achieve this, we need to think about our shared values rather than our differences. Let’s make every day an Earth Day.
Tune in to Sustain What for justice songs, eel revivals, and myriad paths toward planetary progress today and every day.
‘Decarbonization’ is a buzzword, but what does it actually mean? Learn more in this simple and fun illustration.
Illustrated by Julie Winegard; Based on reporting by Renee Cho
|April 22, 2022