A handful of countries, including the United States, may emit half the world’s greenhouse gases by 2050.
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The loss of glaciers in Kyrgyzstan is having a devastating impact on water supply for farmers and wildflower pastures, imperiling the country’s renowned honey industry.
Starting in fall 2021, the Columbia Climate School will offer non-degree educational programs for high school students and adult learners.
Earth Institute researchers are in the field studying the dynamics of the planet on every continent and every ocean. Here is a list of projects.
A recent study examines how shifts in water temperature and coastline glaciers create challenges and opportunities for seabirds in Norway’s Hornsund fjord.
Her new book charts the ways conservation is becoming a movement for the protection of all species — foreign and domestic, ugly and cuddly, plant and yes, even human.
A new study explores whether bird-friendly coffee is on the radar of bird watchers: Are they drinking it and, if not, why not?
Member states of the UN gathered to discuss their responsibility to support mountain communities, ecosystems, and COVID-19 recovery.
To protect ourselves from future pandemics, we must rethink humanity’s relationship with nature.
As the U.N. gathers for a biodiversity summit, an alum reminds us that citizens’ actions and voices can make a difference, too.