Archive: 2012

Transiting the Pacific

One Year Later – Return to the NoMelt Site

We Need to Put All Coastal Electricity Underground — NOW

10 Reasons to Make a Gift to the Earth Institute by Dec. 31

Smaller Colorado River Projected for Coming Decades, Study Says

Capstone Workshop in Sustainable Development Presentations by Seniors

Head of IDDRI to Teach Sustainability Management Course

New Spring 2013 Courses in Conservation & Sustainability

Using Spatial Analysis to Help Manage Conflict

Role-Reversal (and Some Fun) at AGU

Graduate Applies Skills Towards Wildlife Conservation

Consulting for the Built Environment

A New Mission — Earth Institute Center for Environmental Sustainability

Career Path Leads Alumna Back to Columbia

New Understanding of Soil Quality throughout Africa

Poor Ethiopian Farmers Receive ‘Unprecedented’ Insurance Payout

Faculty Profile: Travis Bradford

Mapping Hot Spots of Lead to Protect Children

by |Dec 11|Health

Capstone: Hands-on Solutions to Real-World Challenges

A River Runs Through It: Predicting Floods in the Midwest

Clues from Last Ice Age May Hint at Drying Ahead for Some Regions

Huge Landslide Linked to Glacier Surge in Tajikstan’s Pamir Mountains

How the Warming Arctic Affects Us All

Tree Rings and Teachable Moments

MPA Students Tackle Environmental Problems

Improving the Water Outlook in the Himalayas

Managing Hazard Risk and Weather Extremes at AGU

Glenn Denning’s Road to Bali, and the Earth Institute

Predicting the Future of Soy in South America

Panel on New York’s Future After Sandy

Visualizing Malaria from Space

If You’re Not Going to San Francisco

Frozen Water on Mercury, NASA Confirms

This Week’s Forecast: Sunny with a 40 Percent Chance of Flu

What Hurricane Sandy Was Not

Tree Rings to Investigate Chimborazo’s Past Climate

Power Transition and Collaboration in China

Putting Up Weather Station Chimborazo

Open House: Professional Development Program in Environmental Sustainability

Now Accepting Applications for Spring 2013 Sustainability Management Curriculum Grading Assistants

After Sandy, Testing the Waters

We Don’t Know All About Hurricanes–But We Know Enough to Act

Cotopaxi Skies

The Future of Transportation: More Safety, Savings and Sustainability

by |Nov 16|Energy

Food Security in the Face of Changing Climate

Reflections on an Ecological Study Abroad Experience

Sleepless in Cayambe

Sachs Receives ‘Inspiration’ Award

Map Publisher to Global Resource Manager

Sandy’s Surge Affected More Than 1.4 Million in 11 States

Getting Better Prepared for the Next Big Storm

Expanding Our Vision Brings the Big Picture Into Focus

Next, Imbabura

Climbing Fuya Fuya

New Courses in Conservation, Sustainability

Putting the Focus on ‘A Thirsty World’

Arctic Archipelago: Ground Zero For Climate Change

The Story at Ronne

International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict

Preparing for Chimborazo

The Missing Piece in Sustainable Peace

Resilience and Flood Risk

‘This is a wake-up call – don’t hit the snooze button’

A Prescient Voice on Sandy: Suddenly Everyone Is Listening

Why U.S. Politics are Stuck – and a Possible Way Out

The Zen of Sanding

Post-Sandy Resources for Journalists

MCI’s Signature S2S Program Kicks Off its Third Year with a Series of Trainings

The ‘Skinny’ on Antarctic Sea Ice

Application Deadline Extended for the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Program

Socially Speaking, the State of the Planet

Sustainability Programs: Application Deadline Extension to November 15

The Science and the Lessons of Hurricane Sandy

A Recovery Mission

The US Jobs Challenge and Its Future

Health Systems Expert Wins Young Leader Award

Bharungamari – End of the Road

ESP Student Aims to Make Sustainability Part of Everyday Life

Sustainable Solutions for the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Hiron Point in Sundarban

Millennium City and Millennium Village Students ‘Stand Up for Girls’ on International Day of the Girl

Polder 32

Khepupara to Kokilmoni

Launching the Season with a Key Mission – IceBridge Antarctica 2012

Influencing Students Towards a More Sustainable Path

Applying Classroom Theory in the Forest

Watering the World’s Crops, Drop by Drop

The Truth About Verification

Faculty Profile: Lynnette Widder

Faculty Profile: Jeffrey Shaman

To Comilla and Back

Columbia-PepsiCo Collaboration Creates Tool for Calculating Carbon Footprints

State of the Planet Conference: Climate Edition

MPA Students Showcase Research Results at Midterm Presentations

A Forest Reserve Is Not an Island

Ecology and Sustainable Water Management

Online Presentations Drive Discussion in Sustainability Management Course

Sustainable Development Seminar Series: A New Record Low in Arctic Sea Ice Extent

Mapping Vulnerable Populations to Support Disaster Preparedness

Join us for Fall 2012 Sustainability Management Midterm Briefings

New Software Speeds Carbon Footprinting

Sustainability Management Alum Embarking on Corporate Consulting Career

MDP Students Map Kisumu Health Facilities

Composting—Turning Garbage into Black Gold

Partnering for Impact

Field Trip to the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Open House: Certificate in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability

A Discussion: Environmental Sustainability and Corporate Decisions

Apply Now for Environmental Sustainability Fellowship Awards

MPA in Environmental Science & Policy Program Ranked #3 in U.S. News & World Report

Biotherapy: Technology Assisted Wetland Revival

Restoration Efforts on the Bronx River

by |Sep 29|Water

Japan, Nuclear Power and the Need for Transparency

Theater Group to Perform “Climate Cabaret” at Lamont Open House

What Is It Like To Be A Green Consultant?

CERC Certificate Alum Pursues His Passion For Protecting Oceans

Scientists Discover New Species of Monkey

A Talk with Sean Solomon, Lamont-Doherty’s New Director

Faculty Profile: Donna Shillington

Dipping your feet in the water (A first year’s experience with fieldwork)

Sustainability Management Alums Take the Entrepreneurial Path to Success

IKEA Foundation Pledges $2.5 Million to Earth Institute Project in India

Rare Earth Metals: Will We Have Enough?

MPA Student Hopes ESP Program is Path to Capitol Hill

2 Earth Institute Centers Join Forces

Learn About Programs in Sustainability Management and Analytics

Conservation and Environmental Sustainability Education Goes International

Nature’s Toxic Crusaders

Faculty Profile: Ariane van Buren

Rainfall and Human Vulnerability in the Context of Climate Change

How a Pigeon Saved the Buffalo

Newtown Creek Clean-Up Polluting the Air, Researchers Say

The Criminalization of Anti-Mining Social Protest in Peru

MPA Student Builds Basis for Policymaking

Epic Wetness in Greater NYC, and What Broadleaf Trees Have to Say About It

How Green is Local Food?

Identifying Teaching and Training Tools on Peacebuilding, Fragile States and Natural Resource Management

Practicum Introduces Students to Earth Institute Research

Learn more about the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Program

Breaking the Poverty Trap in Ethiopia: Subsistence, Satellites, and Some Other Important Stuff

Internship Opportunities with the Earth Institute Director’s Office

From Birmingham to Bamako: How Farmers Deal with Drought

Faculty Profile: Michael Musso

ESP Students Present Exceptional Solutions to Complex Environmental Issues

Master of It All: One Woman Scientist Pays Tribute to Another

Rio 2016 Olympics: Another Reason to Watch Brazil’s Rise

Sustainable Development Grad Puts Theory to Practice in SE Asia

Courses in Conservation & Sustainability

What’s Holding Water Conservation Back in Rockland County?

London Olympics: How the Games Help Urban Development

Climate Scientist to Lead International Research Institute for Climate and Society

Sustainability Management Alum Pursues Green Building Dreams

MPA Alum Makes Sustainability Fashionable

Seeking the Deadly Roots of the Dinosaurs’ Ascent

Along an Ancient Coast, Clues to a Global Extinction

The Triassic and Today: Hinge Points in Earth’s History

Drilling into the Jurassic in New Jersey

Polar Climate Change Education Partnership Receives $5.6 Million Grant

Forecasting Climate’s Effects on Global Food Production

Preparing for a Future of Perpetual Drought

MS Students Present Final Analysis on Reporting Standards to NRDC

Cities Are Where the Action Is, Post-Rio

Household Survey in Kenya Lays Groundwork for Fight Against Poverty

Building a New Model for Development with the Honduran Government

Join us for the MPA Workshop Final Briefings

MPA Students Learn about Urban Ecosystems in NYC Parks

UN Secretary General Names EI Director Jeffrey Sachs to Lead Sustainability Project

The New Climate Dice: The Odds Have Shifted to Hot

Faculty Profile: Adela Gondek

Cold Spell Gripped Europe 3,000 Years before ‘Little Ice Age,’ Says Study

Remembering Resource Interdependence

Put Your Passion to Work: Environmental Science and Policy

Green Certified Restaurants

MPA-ESP Students Engage with UN Negotiators

The Intersection of Population and Elevation Examined

Jordan on the Brink?

New Program in Tropical Biology and Sustainability

Brief Broadleaf Forest Happenings: tulip goodness, delighted about Turkey, and drought

For Tomorrow’s Leaders, a Tool Box for a Complex World

In Myanmar, Searching for the Roots of Peace

China Burns up the Clean Energy Race

Investigating Impacts of Increased Fertilizer Use in Africa

How Do We Reconcile Economic Use and Protection of the Oceans?

ESP Alum Attends Rio +20

Shrinking Glaciers: A Chronology of Climate Change

Mining for Peace in Sierra Leone

Is Green Travel Possible?

Chasing Ghengis Khan

The COAST cruise: Cascadia Open-Access Seismic Transects

MPA Students Tour Gowanus Canal Superfund Site

In the Woods Listening for the Langseth

Investigating the World’s Oceans, Pole to Pole and Deep Below the Bottom

Water Samples and Wildlife

Taking Steps (Together) in the Right Direction

Passing Ships in the Night

Deepest core yet from Imnavait Creek!

Building “Bloom & Bud,” An Educational Garden in Kisumu, Kenya

Getting There = 0.5*fun

MPA Students Present Initial Research Findings at Midterm Presentations

A Major Legal Victory for Climate Science

Water Center, PepsiCo Foundation Present Sustainable Water Successes at Rio+20

Studying Cutting-Edge Carbon Storage Technologies

A Celebration of Sustainability Innovation

When the World Ended in Ice

MS Student Presents Sustainable Solutions for NYC Public High School

MPA Students Apply Classroom Knowledge at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Mapping Water Circulation Within Cascadia Basin

Education for Sustainable Citizenship

Mexico’s Climate Change Law

A Faustian Choice: Population and Environment

X-Ray Vision Beneath the Seafloor

Starting This Fall: Learn to Measure Sustainability

Water Shortages in Jordan

Imaging the Cascadia Subduction Zone

Bringing Access to Safe Water in Ceará, Brazil: PepsiCo Foundation and the Columbia Water Center to Participate in Rio+20

Finally – Some true Turkish Delight! Discovery of some tasty oaks

Water Risks for Industry in India – New Report from Columbia Water Center

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory: Milestones in Climate Science

Linking Environmental Governance and Peacebuilding at Rio

Burma at a Crossroads for Peace-Building and Natural Resource Governance

Earth Institute Fall 2012 Internships

Daniel Hillel, Originator of High-Efficiency Irrigation, to Receive World Food Prize

Investigating Giant, Unseen Landslides

Women Making Waves

Learn more about the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Program

Fall 2012 Undergraduate Research Assistant Positions

Goals for Rio: A Path to Sustainability

Press-Ewing Seismograph on Jeopardy!

High-Value Resources: The Other Side of the Coin

For Rio+20, a Call to Preserve Biodiversity

Photo Essay: In the Heart of Dryness

Clothing and Textile Recycling in New York City

MPA Student Complements Classroom Learning with Hydrofracking Policy Experience: Part III

In Your Own Backyard: Mapping Communities Near Superfund Sites

Brownfields: Untold Stories, Unrealized Value

Climate Scientist to World: “Ask me Anything”

Renewed Effort Underway to Better Understand Challenges to Peacebuilding

MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Welcomes the Class of 2013

Making Sanitary Pads to Help Keep Girls in School

The Art of Flying

Fresh Evidence of Life on Mars?

Capstone Workshop and Bangladesh Presentations 2012

Architecture and Urban Design Students Present Innovative Upgrading Plans for a Millennium City

Unique Career Path: Utah Ski Slopes to NYC Sustainability Consulting and Columbia

The ‘Glory’ in Clouds and Other Amazing Sights!

Under Arctic Ice: Watch the Video

Turning Concern into Action: 12 Ways to Combat Climate Change

Regional Partnership Promotes Trade and Investment in Three Sub-Saharan Cities

Congratulations to the MPA in Environmental Science & Policy Class of 2012

The Evolution of The Moral Brain

Decadal Prediction: The New Kid On the Block

MSSM Student Goes the Extra Mile for Earth Institute Programs

The End of the Line

Sustainable Development Program Awards Its First Departmental Honors

Bryant Awards Honorary Degree to Sachs

Sustainability Management Students Say Farewell

Lessons From a Rock Fall

Final Days in Alert

Lucky 13 Gets Us 250,000 Years of Sediment

A Walk against Cancer

New Grants to Extend Reach of Africa’s Green Revolution

Student Research Showcase 2012

Profile on TA for Ecosystem Experiences in Jordan

Rock Fall Shakes New Jersey Palisades

A Rare Treat – The Green Flash

MS Student Connects to Sustainability Network In and Out of the Classroom

What’s a tree like you doing in a place like this? Or West meets East

“Wash your hands!” and Other Advice for Undergraduate Students from Columbia Graduate Students

Journalism Student Completes Thesis on Texas Drought and Wildfire

Connecting the Dots: Extreme Weather and Climate Change

A Visit to Crystal Mountain

Tree-Ring Science in a Log Yard?

Ice cores…finally

Students. Saturday. Science?

Johnson & Johnson Donates $75,000 to Help Lower Infant Mortality in Ethiopia

by |May 10|Health

ESP Students Showcase Research Results for Clients at Final Presentations

Drilling Ancient Mud from Seafloor No Easy Task

Our Best Flight Yet

Emissions from the Cement Industry


Child Mortality Drops Sharply in Millennium Villages

From Brazil to Jordan: Columbia Undergrads Learn about SEE-U’s Summer Fieldwork Programs

Sampling Water at the North Pole

An Interactive Map of Scientific Fieldwork

In Log Coffins, First Glimpses of a Mysterious Asian People

Ph.D. Candidate Studies Natural Carbon Storage in Oman

On the Move

Albany to Alert

Through the Looking Glass: Peering Through the Bottom of the Ocean

Maybe not the Turkey you imagine

Calmer Seas Ahead

Climate News Roundup: Week of April 30th

Riding for Change: MSSM Student Rides 300 Miles to Raise Awareness about Sustainability Issues

Video: Is Drought In East Africa The New Normal?

Exploring the Bering Sea Ecosystem

Switchyard 2012: Climate Change in the Arctic

Pedro Sanchez Elected into the National Academy of Sciences

Seminar on the History of Science and Sustainable Development

Drill Down into Africa Soils Projects

The Double-Edged Sword of Geoengineering

Diatoms and Dessert

World Climate Policies: Substantial Progress But Enormous Challenges Remain

Healthy Oceans: Charting A New Course

Why I Care About the Bottom of the Ocean

Clues to Sea Level Rise Are Hidden In and Below Greenland’s Ice

Passing Through

Warming and the Water Cycle: More than Just a Faster Wetter Wet and Drier Dry

For Better or for Worse: A Decade of Global Environmental Performance Trends Examined

Population, Consumption and the Future

New Book Teaches How to Think like a Geologist

Fossil Teeth, Traces of Climate & Evolution

Dead Plants Strengthen Beliefs in Global Warming

Plankton Fishing in the Bering Sea

Sustainability Management Students Present Innovative Solutions to Clients’ Challenges

There’s No One-size-fits-all Green Roof, Studies Show

New Course Offered on Global Food Systems

The Little Things and Their Influence on Planet Earth

Upcoming Certificate Course: The Sustainable City

MS Student Transitions from Financial Services to Sustainability Management

Did Climate Change Shape Human Evolution?

Midgard Glaciers hold the mark of Thor

Student Researcher Helps Promote Trade and Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa

Paleomagnetism Researcher Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Clouding our Image

MPA Student Explores Relationship between Social Justice and Environmental Sustainability: Part II

Spring Sprang Early: Should We Worry?

Training Development Leaders in Amman, Jordan

The Sphinx of Greenland

Climate News Roundup: Week of 4/08

Environmental Economics and Conservation

From Sendai to Rio: A Call for Action

Introducing the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Concentration for the Executive MPA

Student research contributes to Earth Institute’s work in Haiti

Why Soil Matters

MS Student Creates a Hospitable Environment for Sustainability

EPA Announces New Performance Standards for Power Plants

Save those Acorns for the Apocalypse

Connecting the past, the present and the future to understand climate

MPA Student Complements Classroom Learning with Hydrofracking Policy Experience: Part II

Around the Broadleaf World in 180 Days

Sustainable Buildings: Design and Construction in the 21st Century

A Trip Along the Highline

Composter Puts College Food Waste in Its Place

Leveraging the Moment

Growing Food, Protecting the Land in Africa

Upcoming Courses in Sustainability, Conservation

More Food Insecurity Expected in Horn of Africa

On the Heels of History

Climate News Roundup: Week of 4/01

Expanding Overseas Study Opportunities

The Sea of Green

The Climate Irony Catches Greenland

Faculty Profile: Yochanan Kushnir

Oil Stains on Direct Air Capture?

Rare Earth Metals: Another Challenge for the Green Economy?

Summer 2012 Announcement: Internship Positions

Carbon Management Distinguished Speaker Series

Capstone Travel Journal: Episode 3

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Contributes to the Port-à-Piment Millennium Village

Making Connections and Celebrating Literacy, City to City

Photo Essay: India, Water, Culture

World Water Day

Deeper than Water — New Video and Infographics from the Columbia Water Center

Water, Water Everywhere, But Nary a Drop to Drink

Student ‘Aquanauts’ to Tackle Water Issues

Millennium Villages Shed Light on Water Security

Urban Wastewater: One Man’s Waste Is Another Man’s Treasure

What’s in Your Rice? A Look at Where Rice in the U.S. Comes from

Hydraulic Fracturing and Food Security: Can We Have Our Cake and Eat it Too?

Experience Ecosystems of the Dominican Republic

Sustainability Management Students Showcase Research Results at Midterm Presentations

Do It Yourself Biology – Need for Panic?

Sustainability Meets the Bottom-Line: Bloomberg LP

The Greening of Business

Water and Food Facts for World Water Day

Climate Services: Power in Numbers

Climate News Roundup: Week of 3/11

by |Mar 19|Climate

Charismatic Megaflora: What do Old Trees Look Like?

The Sundarbans

Finding the Link Between Water Stress and Food Prices

MS Student Finds His Cause in Sustainability for Architecture Industry

Rivers and the Road

Capstone Travel Journal: Episode 2

Study Ecosystems Abroad in Brazil This Summer

Capstone Travel Journal: Episode 1

A Documentary: CERC Students Explore E-Waste Warehouse

Facing the Food and Water Challenges of the Future

Study Rainforest Ecology in Puerto Rico with SEE-U

Changing Ocean Chemistry: the Poem

At the Bottom of the Bottom of the World

Class Trip – to Bangladesh

Our Newest SEE-U Field Site in Jordan

Climate News Roundup: Week of 3/04

A Controversy: Fracturing in the Marcellus Shale

Climate Services: Bring In Many Perspectives, Early On

A New Spring Course: Bangladesh: Life on a Tectonically Active Delta

ESP Students Present Initial Findings for Clients at Midterm Presentations

“The Population Bomb: Defused or Still Ticking?” Seminar Recap

Celebrating International Women’s Day: Triumphs and Challenges

The Groundwater Crisis and the “Grass that Grows in the Water”

Plugging the Leaks in Climate Models

New York Roofs: Brighter, Whiter, Cooler

Bottom Up or Top Down? Another Way to Look at an Air Quality Problem

Climate change may be affecting the jet stream

One Planet, Too Many People?

A Model for Improving Climate Services in Africa

What Really Sways Public Opinion on Climate Change

GrowNYC Speaks to CU Undergrads about Environmental Education Efforts

Practicing What You Preach: Sustainability on Columbia’s Campus

Climate Services: Global Framework

Summer 2012 SEE-U Study Abroad Experience

Indian Point: Safe, Secure and Vital or an Unacceptable Risk?

China’s South-North Water Transfer Project: A Means to a Political End

by |Mar 5|Water

MPA Student Prepares for Green Building Career

Ocean Acidification: Geologic Record Adds New Warning

Climate Services: A Private-Sector Perspective

Social Media and the Love of Science

Watch an Antarctic Iceberg in the Making

Climate Services: Providers, Users Must Partner

EPA’s greenhouse gas rule poses challenges for US policy review process

Putting Wind in Trade’s Sails

Climate News Roundup: Week of 2/19

Climates Services: Must Help Us Understand Risks

MPA Student Explores Relationship between Social Justice and Environmental Sustainability

Fixing Climate: Beyond Carbon Dioxide

The Economic Invisibility of Nature

Climate Services: Science=Credibility

Energy Efficiency: A Great (But Dull) Way to Save

by |Feb 20|Energy

A Climate Tipping Point for World Food Prices?

Can Intensive Farming Save Tropical Forests?

Collaborating on Policy and Practice with Garry Conille, Prime Minister of Haiti

Did the Oceans Influence Human Evolution?

U.S., 5 Nations to Cut Methane, Soot Emissions

Global Climate Modeling for the Masses: You Can Try This at Home

MPA Student Complements Classroom Learning with Hydrofracking Policy Experience

Climate Services: No need to wait for disasters to happen

Climate News Roundup: Week of 2/13

Extraordinary Support for Unprecedented Global Challenges

What Darwin Saw

A Guide to Upcoming Scientific Fieldwork

Data’s Power to Spur Environmental Progress

Climate Services: A Regional Perspective

Power Play: an Energy Map of New York City

Climate News Roundup: Week of 2/6

Year Without a Winter?

Climate Services: Think Local

Scientists Drill 2 Miles Down to Ancient Lake Vostok

Solar Power Lights Up New Business in Uganda Village

Online Course – Sustainability and Investing

AAAS Annual Meeting: Talks From the Earth Institute, Feb. 16-20

Biodiversity in the Shawangunk Mountains

Sustainable Development Seniors Put Their Knowledge into Practice

Online Course – Environmental Markets: Business, Regulation, Sustainability

Opening the Door to More Rooftop Farming?

Climate News Roundup: Week of 2/2

MPA Student Makes Career Shift to Climate Change Policy

A Cup of Joe for #1000

by |Feb 2|Climate

Malaria and the Mason-Dixon

Should Universities Ban Bottled Water?

Climate Change in Haiti

Former UN Negotiator Gains Skills to Reduce Climate Change Impacts

Study Coral Reef Ecology in Bermuda

What Happens to All That Plastic?

MS in Sustainability Management Welcomes a New Cohort

The End of Traffic: Goals of an Ecopreneur

Strategies from Ecology and Evolution for Business

Richard Seager

City of the Future, Today

The good ‘ol forest growth curve [update]

Climate News Roundup: Week of 1/22

Seeking the Signal in the Noise of Environmental Performance Metrics

Ecological Succession: Forest Fires to the Ocean Floor

Eco-Markets: Business, Regulation, and Sustainability

Disease Ecology and Conservation Medicine

A Struggle to Coexist with Nature – Dr. Shahid Naeem

MS Student Seeks to Make Sustainability an Indispensable Business Practice

One Billion Gallons a Day, Naturally

Climate News Roundup: Week of 1/17

Road to Rio Event Engages Columbia Community and Local High School Students

LEED Green Building Skills Give Graduate Students an Edge

African Forests, Threatened, but Resilient

Columbia University opens first center for Africa in Nairobi

Agricultural Development in Africa: NEPAD’s Contribution over a Decade

Does La Niña Lead to Flu Pandemics?

Giulio Verne and the Windmills

Breakthrough in Saving Lives in Rural Africa

by |Jan 17|Health

Internships in the Millennium Villages

Online Course – Introduction to Environmental Policy

Building NYC’s Resilience to Climate Change With Green Infrastructure

Climate News Roundup: Week of 1/09

Fast & Cheap: Shortcuts to Curb Global Warming

Interdisciplinary Studies Make for Holistic Solutions

Enabling Change: Training Development Practitioners in Jordan

E-Waste Recycling Day

Ecosystem Services for Conservation

Climate News Roundup: Week of 1/01

Evolutionary Psychology of Climate Change

East Africa Drought Is “Exceptional”

China’s Long March Towards Better Environmental Conditions

New Executive Courses in Conservation, Sustainability

Ohio Quakes Probably Triggered by Disposal Well, Say Seismologists

An Army Operations Officer Studies Environmental Issues

Watershed Management Takes Sustainable Development Students to the Catskills

A Jordanian With International Development Experience Advances His Career

Spring 2012 Internship Positions Announcement

Promising drops in India’s infant mortality?

Spring 2012 Undergraduate Research Assistant Positions

India’s new Annual Health Survey: the largest survey sample in the world?