State of the Planet

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Tag: Bahamas

  • Q&A With Lauren Ritchie on Intersectionality in the Climate Movement

    Q&A With Lauren Ritchie on Intersectionality in the Climate Movement

    The undergraduate student/blogger/activist shares her thoughts on the changing role of social justice within the climate movement.

  • Sediment Cores from Exuma’s Shores

    Sediment Cores from Exuma’s Shores

    Because we know little about hurricane behavior during periods when Earth was warmer or colder than at present, it’s challenging to construct models to predict future trends in hurricane activity as Earth’s climate changes. To remedy this problem, researchers have been working to reconstruct records of hurricane strikes in the past.

  • Hurricane Histories and Carbon Mysteries

    Hurricane Histories and Carbon Mysteries

    The Bahamas might be a vacation destination for most people. But for us, they represent an excellent site to study several different questions about past, present and future climates.

Science for the Planet: In these short video explainers, discover how scientists and scholars across the Columbia Climate School are working to understand the effects of climate change and help solve the crisis.
  • Q&A With Lauren Ritchie on Intersectionality in the Climate Movement

    Q&A With Lauren Ritchie on Intersectionality in the Climate Movement

    The undergraduate student/blogger/activist shares her thoughts on the changing role of social justice within the climate movement.

  • Sediment Cores from Exuma’s Shores

    Sediment Cores from Exuma’s Shores

    Because we know little about hurricane behavior during periods when Earth was warmer or colder than at present, it’s challenging to construct models to predict future trends in hurricane activity as Earth’s climate changes. To remedy this problem, researchers have been working to reconstruct records of hurricane strikes in the past.

  • Hurricane Histories and Carbon Mysteries

    Hurricane Histories and Carbon Mysteries

    The Bahamas might be a vacation destination for most people. But for us, they represent an excellent site to study several different questions about past, present and future climates.