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.
Beyond the science and scholarship, Cheryl created a family among the many who worked with her and for her.
Tree-ring scientist Nicole Davi explains the critical role maritime forests play in protecting our coastal communities from storms. The tree-ring records she’s building will help us understand how these ecosystems are responding to climate change.
Every U.S. state passed some kind of disaster resilience policy in 2023, according to the National Center for Disaster Preparedness, which released a report examining over 600 U.S. state disaster resilience bills enacted last year.
I am constantly inspired and motivated by applicants to Columbia’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy and MS in Sustainability Management programs, applicants who are community-minded, creative, and have a sense of mission and determination in the face of the challenges of achieving environmental sustainability.
Significant ocean warming and associated ice-shelf melting is unavoidable, even under the most ambitious future climate scenario, according to new research.
Increased heat due to human-induced climate change, not just lack of rain, is driving the continued drying of soils, say researchers.
Ocean-based techniques to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere could help the US and other countries reach their climate goals, but they need to be advanced in a safe, just and responsible manner, says climate law expert Romany Webb.