A Fulbright scholar from the South Pacific shares the lessons she will bring home after a research fellowship with the Climate School’s Resilient Coastal Communities Project.
|January 20, 2023
Used vehicles serve real needs across Africa, but they also contribute to its public health and environmental problems through crashes and pollution.
Festival Godwin Boateng and Jacqueline Klopp
|January 10, 2023
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Climate School experts weigh in on the past year’s most noteworthy events and developments within their fields.
|December 19, 2022
In the Climate LIVE video series, experts from across the Columbia Climate School present climate and sustainability content for grade school and university students, educators, parents, and the public.
Laurel Zaima and Christina Deodatis
|October 11, 2022
To keep the planet from warming more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, economies must rapidly decarbonize. What will this involve?
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.
A report co-authored by the Center for Sustainable Urban Development offers recommendations for electrifying a popular mode of transportation in three African cities.
|February 23, 2022
The Resilient Coastal Communities Project will help address the growing risks of storm surge, flash flooding and sea level rise, in an inclusive and holistic manner.
Paul Gallay, Annel Hernandez, and Eddie Bautista
|January 31, 2022
Communities of color are especially at risk from extreme heat, and COVID-19 has made cooling off more challenging for many. Here’s how the city can do better.
Jenny Bock and Sonal Jessel
|September 27, 2021