An artist and alumna of the Climate and Society program, Chongtoua is exploring a variety of ways to wear earth on our bodies. Her work seeks to shape how we view our relationship with the planet.
Despite long-standing rhetoric, older buildings are not always greener, according to a recent study.
|January 18, 2022
A recent conversation focused on three coastlines where Indigenous and Black communities are caught between rising seas and societal and development threats on land.
A show on campus investigates how trees have been used as pawns in human schemes in and around New York City.
Exploring the complex history of the river’s pollution and conservation, a show at the New-York Historical Society highlights the holistic solution proposed by Earth Institute faculty member Kate Orff.
The Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes at GSAPP is dedicated to helping communities thrive in an age of climate uncertainty. Missed the launch event? Watch it here.
With an Italian background, from a culture of food, as biologist and one time theatre producer, to me it makes sense to work with a research group that has the courage to break many taboos and re-discuss academic assumptions in an open and innovative way.