If offshore oil installations are rapidly dismantled as a result of the transition to clean energy, the public, not companies, could end up paying. How to avoid this?
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Columbia’s Earth Networks Offer Collaborative and Innovative Opportunities to Address Climate Change
Whether working on plastics, sports, food, or environmental justice, each Earth Network provides a unique approach to a shared challenge.
Adapting to climate change might seem to be all to the good, but some adaptations have negative effects that must be weighed against the positives.
The purpose of this new report is to provoke and support engagement among policymakers, private firms, and the wider public about the ways that competition policy can support sustainable development.
A new framework for legislators and advocates aims to promote environmental justice with exemplary tools to accelerate proposed policy changes.
A new report from the Sabin Center provides a climate adaptation toolkit for the insurance industry.
A study adds evidence that the Greenland Ice Sheet will be vulnerable to human-induced climate change in coming centuries.
New research offers insights on how the tick-borne diseases spread and interact in infected animals.
While there’s no quick fix for the legacies of colonization, researchers argue that it starts with recognizing Indigenous knowledge systems alongside Western scientific methods.
States have already filed at least 103 bills related to disaster resilience. Columbia Climate School’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness reports on what has been achieved so far.