Based on a decade of data from Hurricane Sandy, two New York City planners explore the inequities of disaster mitigation and recovery — and what needs to change to prevent climate gentrification.
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In the Climate LIVE video series, experts from across the Columbia Climate School present climate and sustainability content for grade school and university students, educators, parents, and the public.
A detailed analysis of temperatures and population trends in 13,115 cities shows where specific numbers of people are most affected.
Students provided guidance and practical recommendations for clients on a variety of sustainability issues.
A study that explored winter park use among New Yorkers last year offers key insights into improving the mental wellbeing of urban dwellers as the pandemic merges with colder weather.
The city’s economic success depends on its density. But density also allows contagious diseases to spread. Looking at how the city has managed this conflict in the past could shed light on what the future holds.
Workshop shows how climate adaptation could be linked with economic revitalization in the nation’s so-called “Rust Belt.”
A show on campus investigates how trees have been used as pawns in human schemes in and around New York City.
The award from City and State NY recognizes socially responsible executives, thought leaders, visionaries and influencers.
Having grown up poor, urbanist and Earth Institute faculty member Malo Hutson brings a unique perspective to his work with displaced and impoverished people.