More than 70 researchers, government officials, consultants, and academics came together at the Forum to discuss alternative solutions and approaches for water action in cities.
|April 21, 2023
From glaciers and landslides to displacement and flooding, two Columbia University professors broke down academic silos and reflected on water issues.
A visit to a slum in Kampala, Uganda, reveals how the poor pay exorbitant prices for basic utilities that other city dwellers take for granted. The problem could be easily solved.
|June 6, 2022
A preview of Barnard College’s World Water Day events
Across many chapters and sections of the new IPCC report, glaciers help to tell the story of climate change’s global impacts and how communities are responding.
The engineer and environmental health researcher studies the intersections of gender, water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Columbia’s School of the Arts will present Jana Winderen’s “The Art of Listening: Under Water,” February 3-13.
|February 7, 2022
Pal and her team identified how a data-driven approach would enhance the state’s ability to predict water supplies.
|February 1, 2022
A practice used to manage glacial water resources that is central to cultures in northern Pakistan is facing enormous transformation in the modern day.
When drainage infrastructure isn’t maintained, even modest rainfall events can cause dangerous flooding.
Yunus Kovankaya, Sara Schwetschenau, and Upmanu Lall
|January 6, 2022