Steve Goldstein, interim director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, talks about his long history with Columbia, and why the geosciences have such an important role to play in the climate crisis.
Columbia Climate School Archives - State of the Planet
A multi-session Climate Week event at Columbia included presentations, interactive activities, and panels on the most challenging and hopeful avenues for the future of food.
A new international educational partnership will prepare students to lead on climate issues in both public and private sectors.
Columbia’s Earth Networks Offer Collaborative and Innovative Opportunities to Address Climate Change
Whether working on plastics, sports, food, or environmental justice, each Earth Network provides a unique approach to a shared challenge.
Columbia responds to the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) v. University of North Carolina and Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University.
On July 1, Jeffrey Shaman will become interim dean of the Climate School, continuing the work of co-deans Alex Halliday, Jason Bordoff, Ruth DeFries, and Maureen Raymo, climate leaders who built the School’s strong foundation.
A variety of positions are available. Applications will be accepted until Monday, April 24.
Our elected officials, community leaders, experts, and students discuss their 2023 climate resolutions. What will yours be?
The inaugural class of Climate School students have finished their courses and donned their light blue caps and robes for the ceremony.
Environmental justice advocate Peggy Shepard will deliver the keynote address at Columbia Climate School’s inaugural Class Day ceremony on May 13.