As the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine unfolds, scholars offer their insights into what it means for the clean energy transition, food security, public health, and efforts to curb climate change.
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State-owned companies emit more carbon dioxide than any country except China. Countries can leverage these enterprises to achieve climate and energy policy objectives.
Catherine McKenna, Former Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Joins Columbia University
As a visiting fellow with the Center on Global Energy Policy, McKenna plans to work on practical solutions to help scale climate action.
2021 may turn out to be the most critical year in our efforts to combat climate change. What things helped and what things hurt climate progress this year?
What’s at stake this year at the United Nations’ climate change conference
An alumna of the MPA-ESP program, Mahak elaborates on her time at Columbia, discusses her career path in sustainability, and provides advice to current students.
Rooftop solar can generate vast amounts of energy. But, how much of that energy could actually be used?
Climate Week NYC may be over, but you can watch recordings of most of the amazing events hosted across Columbia University and the Climate School here.
The Food Climate Partnership is hosting an event on Tuesday, September 21 during New York City’s Climate Week 2021: Raising Ambitions for Food Systems and Climate Change by Uniting Science and Policy.
The newly founded school will play a key role in the week’s events.