Climate School experts weigh in on the past year’s most noteworthy events and developments within their fields.
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Kara Lamb discusses her research using machine learning to study cirrus clouds and how it can increase the accuracy of climate models.
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.
Scientists Stephanie Spera and Rachel Lupien demystify how different professionals are addressing the climate crisis, one career path and podcast episode at a time.
Tesfamariam Tekeste helps farmers reduce their vulnerability to climate change. She tells us about her work, as well as some hard truths about why those vulnerabilities exist in the first place.
Shin develops educational content that empowers learners to contribute to building a more inclusive and sustainable future.
A report co-authored by the Center for Sustainable Urban Development offers recommendations for electrifying a popular mode of transportation in three African cities.
Columbia scientists, journalists, and content creators answer some of the most frequently asked questions about climate communication.
Experts from the Columbia Climate School have provided their insights and perspectives to journalists across the country trying to make sense of Hurricane Ida.
In September, 90 students will begin their orientation for the M.A. in Climate and Society Program, the first degree program offered through Columbia’s Climate School.