Decades after the last grizzly bear was seen in Washington State’s North Cascades, efforts to bring them back have been met with both enthusiasm and resistance.
EVs will replace gas-powered vehicles when they are less expensive, more feature-packed and more reliable than cars with internal combustion engines.
A Q&A with Rose Oelkers, a Ph.D. candidate at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory who studies tropical trees and their response to changes in the environment.
A Q&A with IRI’s Amanda Grossi, who works with farmers in Africa to help manage climate risk.
Marco Tedesco explains how remote-sensing data can reveal how Greenland’s ice sheets are melting.
A Q&A with Thalia Balkaran, postdoctoral research scientist at the Columbia Climate School’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness, in honor of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
Beginning February 11, in honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we’re highlighting some of the amazing scientists at Columbia Climate School.
New Yorkers know that a sustainable city is attractive, exciting, and capable of winning the global competition for talent and business. New York City can become that sustainable city while creating new businesses, flourishing economically, and being a model for the transition to cities all over the world.
In honor of this year’s sustainability theme, we highlight just a few examples of the outstanding women scientists from the Columbia Climate School.