In honor of this year’s sustainability theme, we highlight just a few examples of the outstanding women scientists from the Columbia Climate School.
A Q&A with John E. Williams, Columbia Climate School’s sustainability programs director of student affairs and diversity, equity and inclusion.
Nadia Seeteram studies how climate risks are impacting housing infrastructure and housing needs in coastal communities.
How can groups like the Red Cross anticipate and prepare for disaster, as opposed to merely responding to it?
Climate professor Mingfang Ting discusses how atmospheric rivers are connected to climate change and what communities can do about them.
As our economic life becomes more complex and its technology advances, we need to match that complexity with regulatory processes based on scientific expertise and an approach toward regulation that protects the public but is also sympathetic toward innovation and the introduction of new products.
A new class in the Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development aims to educate students on effective climate-adaptation planning through collaboration with community partners.
Ava Luke reflects on her transformative experience in Columbia Climate School’s Pre-College Programs, which teach motivated high school students about specific climate change themes through place-based opportunities.
An artist unintentionally captured glacial retreat for over forty years. An exhibit brings his paintings together to raise awareness of climate change.