The interactive graphic, based on a recent study out of Columbia, visualizes the threat of rising temperatures combined with soaring population growth.
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Will overshooting 1.5°C of warming push us over climate tipping points, triggering irreversible and abrupt changes?
A new study suggests that a million years ago, glaciers began sticking more persistently to their beds, triggering cycles of longer ice ages.
In the Next Generation of Hudson River Educators program, students learned what community members think about the Hudson and developed tools to share their own findings.
Columbia will have a strong presence at the world climate summit, with live and online events, and experts from many fields attending or closely monitoring the proceedings.
Researchers have zeroed in on what they call the Last Ice Area, where the last year-round Arctic ice, and associated ecosystems may–or may not–survive in a warmer future.
A sharp rise in temperatures on land is linked to unusual heating of the Atlantic Ocean, and changes in wind patterns that send that warmth westward.
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As Climate Week NYC begins, the university explores creating a fully electrified campus. The Columbia Climate School is university partner of the weeklong showcase.
Fast turnover of carbon between seawater and microbes is a fact, but how it works is largely a black hole. This projects aims to shed light.