Columbia researchers are working with the MTA to develop machine learning and traffic models to optimize traffic flow during pandemics.
COVID-19 Archives - State of the Planet
Higher electricity usage in NYC homes reflects the “new normal,” and raises concerns about winter energy costs.
The reappearance of caps, gowns, hoods, paper diplomas, and smiling friends and families provide continuity and reassurance. I am happy that I got to see that once again, last week.
As the world moves forward with cautious optimism, it is critical to evaluate how we can be better equipped to face a new variant in the future, or a new pandemic entirely.
President Jair Bolsonaro’s attacks on science have dire consequences for Brazil’s scientists, the health of its people, and its world-renowned research institutions.
The director of the Pandemic Resource and Response Initiative discusses how inequality, politics and misinformation worsened COVID’s impact in communities across the U.S.
Columbia Climate School’s Jeffrey Schlegelmilch spoke to members of Congress about how better preparedness before disasters strike can save money and lives.
In 2020, mortality rates climbed in most of the world, but dropped in the Bangladeshi countryside, for reasons that are still unknown.
In this episode, we talk to two experts from the GRID3 program, which is providing geospatial data to support Nigeria’s COVID-19 vaccination planning.