Making a difference on climate change doesn’t have to take lots of time or effort.
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Increasingly extreme weather has the potential to derail renewable energy projects — but there are a few things we can do to keep moving forward.
Biological oceanographer Hugh Ducklow describes decades of work in far-flung places to understand the evolving ecology of the oceans. The picture is not always clear.
Wind and solar projects have a human rights problem. But they don’t have to.
He’ll be teaching the Sustainability Management program’s capstone workshop this fall, where he’ll work with students to create meaningful solutions to a real-world sustainability challenge.
A sustainable designer and community organizer, Ortiz will teach Sustainability Management this fall.
Conservatism and composting are not contradictory; the desire to take care of the planet is universal. Yet environmentalism is used too often as a weapon of identity politics.
Getting rid of some air pollutants might aggravate global warming. Here’s how.
We need a unified format for how carbon footprints are communicated, and policies to make them a normal part of doing business.
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.