Cooling technologies, including refrigerators and industrial chillers, can prevent food waste and are increasingly necessary in our warming climate. Are there ways to minimize their climate impacts?
Benjamin Ritter, Carolyne Barker, and Kevin Karl
|January 27, 2023
A new study finds that an area 10 times the size of the United Kingdom has been affected by some form of human disturbance, contributing to biodiversity loss and carbon emissions.
With nearly $3 million in federal funding, Climate School researchers will help develop a climate action plan to mitigate the effects of climate change on the city’s water supply.
Climate scientists are still uncertain about a number of phenomena that could affect our future. What are the reasons for this uncertainty?
The Climate School is offering three new research assistant opportunities during the Spring 2023 semester.
|January 11, 2023
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|December 16, 2022
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Kara Lamb discusses her research using machine learning to study cirrus clouds and how it can increase the accuracy of climate models.
|November 23, 2022
Delegates from Columbia Climate School discuss the achievements and shortfalls of COP27, as well as what took place outside the negotiation room.
|November 22, 2022