News from the Columbia Climate School

Tag: water management

  • America’s Groundwater Crisis

    America’s Groundwater Crisis

    The future of America’s water supply is an open question. The need for an adequate water supply is not open to question.

  • Trip to the Catskills Teaches Students About NYC’s Water Supply

    Trip to the Catskills Teaches Students About NYC’s Water Supply

    The visit revealed how collaborative efforts help to ensure the city receives high quality water with low treatment costs, while providing local jobs.

  • Columbia Water Center Year in Review

    Columbia Water Center Year in Review

    The Columbia Water Center (CWC) is a leader in applying the science of water and climate to solve real world problems. With current events in mind, we worked with our partners to make progress on several key projects.

  • Learning from a River’s History to Prepare for the Future

    Learning from a River’s History to Prepare for the Future

    Researchers from eight universities, including Columbia University, are using tree ring and glacier analysis to reconstruct the climate history of the Missouri River Basin in order to give policymakers and water managers better decision-making tools to manage the river.

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.
  • America’s Groundwater Crisis

    America’s Groundwater Crisis

    The future of America’s water supply is an open question. The need for an adequate water supply is not open to question.

  • Trip to the Catskills Teaches Students About NYC’s Water Supply

    Trip to the Catskills Teaches Students About NYC’s Water Supply

    The visit revealed how collaborative efforts help to ensure the city receives high quality water with low treatment costs, while providing local jobs.

  • Columbia Water Center Year in Review

    Columbia Water Center Year in Review

    The Columbia Water Center (CWC) is a leader in applying the science of water and climate to solve real world problems. With current events in mind, we worked with our partners to make progress on several key projects.

  • Learning from a River’s History to Prepare for the Future

    Learning from a River’s History to Prepare for the Future

    Researchers from eight universities, including Columbia University, are using tree ring and glacier analysis to reconstruct the climate history of the Missouri River Basin in order to give policymakers and water managers better decision-making tools to manage the river.