With a $1.5 million grant from FEMA, Columbia Climate School’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness will create and deliver trainings on climate resilience with a focus on equity for state, local, tribal, and territorial emergency managers.
equity Archives - State of the Planet
Based on a decade of data from Hurricane Sandy, two New York City planners explore the inequities of disaster mitigation and recovery — and what needs to change to prevent climate gentrification.
‘Writing Cultural Landscapes’ is a six-week, not-for-credit workshop offered through the Climate School for all Columbia affiliates who want to explore the intertwined crises of environment and equity.
The Earth Institute and the Climate School are undertaking important and critical work on diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-bias across our education programs — from the undergraduate level to the PhD level.
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.
Interviews provide an emotional and thoughtful connection to others through discussing and sharing over topics that they might never have a chance to discuss otherwise.
Foundations should engage constituencies in their work.
When it comes to access to nature and environmental protection of these resources, environmental resources are all too often not allocated equitably.
A new collaborative project is heat-mapping parts of New York City with a focus on improving health outcomes and addressing long-standing environmental justice issues.