The Columbia Climate School’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society celebrated its 25th anniversary in an event on September 16.
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One year after the devastating wildfire, residents of Greenville, Calif., are working to rebuild. Experts from the National Center for Disaster Preparedness co-hosted a training to facilitate the process.
New York Denies Air Quality Permit to a Cryptocurrency Mining Facility, Citing Sabin Center White Paper
On June 30, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation denied an application to renew an air quality permit for the Greenidge Generating Station, citing work published by Columbia Climate School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law.
Seaweed farms could capture and store carbon emissions. A new paper suggests leasing and permitting changes that could help the industry thrive in California.
A new compilation of resources supports policymakers and stakeholders working on issues around electric sector regulation and climate resilience planning.
As part of its goal to increase food security in six countries, the ACToday project has helped develop new climate services that lead to better agricultural decision making.
In the last year, project members trained more than 1,600 professionals and graduate students on integrating climate knowledge into food planning and policy, to help combat hunger.
Instead of leading a fictional disaster simulation as planned, Columbia researchers helped government agencies prepare for and respond to Tropical Cyclone Batsirai in real time.
An interview with Ben Orlove, lead author on the report’s chapter on decision-making around climate adaptation.
A company that grew out of a Sustainability Management class project aims to accelerate EV adoption by making access to chargers more equitable.