As the digital divide grows, women in India are dropping out of the workforce. Columbia Climate School’s Center for Sustainable Development and the non-profit Mahashakti Seva Kendra are working together to reverse this trend.
Radhika Iyengar and Pooja Iyengar
|March 7, 2023
Young people need to learn about climate change because it is going to shape their futures in many ways. What are they learning about it in school?
Our elected officials, community leaders, experts, and students discuss their 2023 climate resolutions. What will yours be?
If we don’t prepare our communities and youth to understand the climate risks we are facing today, then simply put, there is no tomorrow for us.
|December 21, 2022
Give the gift of deeper knowledge with these new books written by Columbia University scholars.
A new book from experts at the Columbia Climate School encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and community involvement to improve education for sustainable development around the world.
Disadvantaged populations are hit hardest by climate change impacts. Let us practice climate justice by thinking of the unconscious injustices that we are a part of.
|May 3, 2022
The pandemic brought not only pain and suffering but also an increase in social support and benevolence.
Shin develops educational content that empowers learners to contribute to building a more inclusive and sustainable future.
|March 8, 2022
For International Women’s Day, we highlight a few women in the Columbia Climate School who are leading on climate science and adaptation, and helping to promote equity, sustainability, and resilience.