A panel of alumni answered a series of questions on topics such as skills used in their careers, important classes to take, and advice for students entering the field.
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Columbia undergrads partnered with University of Rwanda students to begin work on two local projects focusing on e-waste recycling and cleaner cookstoves.
Our group of 24 Americans and Bangladeshis continued to explore the Sundarbans mangrove forest, rice farming in embanked low-lying islands, and heritage sites of Bangladesh.
Our group of 23 American and Bangladeshi students and professors traveled from the Jamuna River to the Ganges and Gorai Rivers, and then down to an island on the edge of the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest.
Over 100 students, faculty, and alumni were able to set aside readings and assignments in exchange for a few hours of socializing and networking.
Columbia Climate School’s Lisa Dale is a political scientist who studies how policies, both domestic and international, might help us live more sustainable lives.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until February 7.
Why is it so hard to stop climate change? A mock COP27 classroom activity helped students better understand climate negotiations, and taught them that a solid climate education includes perspectives from across the world.
Students and professionals met to discuss the challenges and real-world applications of sustainability and climate.
The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development is accepting applications for 10 courses.