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Participants in Students on Ice listen to scientist Maureen Raymo (top left) discuss climate change at the foot of Greenland’s Illissaat Icefjord. (Image: Martin Lipman/Students on Ice)

2015 Indonesia Fires Killed 100,000 People, Says Study

MS in Sustainability Management alumna Charlotte Peyraud ('14)

Sustainability Bonds: A Personal and Professional Network

Energy efficiency, corporate sustainability reporting, and investor relations piqued Charlotte Peyraud’s interest and became her focus, and ultimately, her career.

by |September 29, 2016
Bob Newton, winner of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory’s 2016 Excellence in Mentoring Award, joins Susan Vincent in introducing student presentations from the Secondary School Field Research Program.

Bob Newton: Building the Next Generation of Scientists

Bob Newton, an oceanographer who leads the SSFRP, an intensive summer fieldwork program for high school students at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, just won Lamont’s 2016 Excellence in Mentoring Award. His students explain how he has changed their lives.

by |September 28, 2016
Sea  ice near the east coast of Greenland. All forms of ice in the Arctic are in rapid decline. (Margie Turrin/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)

Red Flags Over the Arctic’s Future

A new white paper reviews climate impacts already underway in the Arctic, and examines further changes expected to take place even if the world meets the goals of the Paris Agreement. It will be presented today at a meeting at the White House of national-level science ministers and advisors from around the world.

by |September 28, 2016
Heat wave over Queens. Photo: Chris Goldberg

NYC’s Heat Waves: A Harbinger of Things to Come?

As global temperatures rise and heat records are broken, many wonder if New York City’s heat waves this summer were a result of climate change, and if we will experience more of them in the future.

by |September 27, 2016
Ben Holtzman and the Seismic Sound Lab take viewers on an entirely new sensory experience to see, hear and feel earthquakes from a vantage point inside the planet. Their SeismoDome show returns to Hayden Planetarium on Nov. 19, 2016, with a preview at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Open House on Oct. 8.

Listening to Earthquakes – from Inside the Earth

Lamont scientist Ben Holtzman and the Seismic Sound Lab take viewers on an entirely new sensory experience to see, hear and feel earthquakes from inside the planet.

by |September 23, 2016