Scientists connected to the Climate School received notable accolades from the American Geophysical Union and the American Meteorological Society.
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Doctoral candidates or recent Ph.D., M.D., J.D. or Sc.D. recipients interested in research on sustainable development can apply by November 1.
Born and raised in Afghanistan, she’s working at the intersection of climate change, gender, and security.
The new appointees bring expertise in a range of disciplines including environmental justice, urban design, conservation biology, and the history of climate science.
With Drones, Geophysics and ArtificiaI Intelligence, Researchers Prepare to Do Battle Against Land Mines
Finding land mines the old-fashioned way—on foot, with a metal detector—is agonizingly slow and dangerous. Scientists are working to make the process faster and safer.
Two complex fields of human endeavor may have a lot to learn from each other.
As the official university partner of this year’s Climate Week NYC, the Climate School has an exciting lineup of events planned for September 17-24.
New York City has its problems, but the energy, work ethic, brainpower, and sheer determination of the people who live here always ensure its revival.
A roundup of articles aimed at explaining what is happening, and why.
If offshore oil installations are rapidly dismantled as a result of the transition to clean energy, the public, not companies, could end up paying. How to avoid this?