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  • The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

    The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

    Looking at remote work from the perspective of management, one can see advantages and disadvantages; organizations will continue to search for the balance of in-person and remote work that best fits their operation.

  • Two Years Into COVID-19, the City That Never Sleeps Returns to Waking Up Early

    Two Years Into COVID-19, the City That Never Sleeps Returns to Waking Up Early

    Higher electricity usage in NYC homes reflects the “new normal,” and raises concerns about winter energy costs.

  • Post-Pandemic Globalization

    Post-Pandemic Globalization

    Authoritarian and nationalistic forces may be seizing on COVID-19 as an opportunity to restrict people and businesses to stay within their borders, but in the long run, the forces of technology, economic development and human curiosity will not be contained.

Science for the Planet: In these short video explainers, discover how scientists and scholars across the Columbia Climate School are working to understand the effects of climate change and help solve the crisis.
  • The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

    The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

    Looking at remote work from the perspective of management, one can see advantages and disadvantages; organizations will continue to search for the balance of in-person and remote work that best fits their operation.

  • Two Years Into COVID-19, the City That Never Sleeps Returns to Waking Up Early

    Two Years Into COVID-19, the City That Never Sleeps Returns to Waking Up Early

    Higher electricity usage in NYC homes reflects the “new normal,” and raises concerns about winter energy costs.

  • Post-Pandemic Globalization

    Post-Pandemic Globalization

    Authoritarian and nationalistic forces may be seizing on COVID-19 as an opportunity to restrict people and businesses to stay within their borders, but in the long run, the forces of technology, economic development and human curiosity will not be contained.