Christoph Meinrenken, Associate Research Scientist with the Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy led a seminar on Product Lifecycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting. This seminar is part of the Sustainability Skills Series available to students in the Earth Institute education programs.
Naresh Devineni will be teaching a course on the Management and Development of Water Systems as part of the new Certificate in Sustainable Water Management. In this interview, conducted by Nick Turchak, Naresh elaborates on his research topics in Hydro-climatic Data Analysis and Modeling, Water Resources Management and Risk Assessment.
Eileen Quigley (MSSM ’12) never imagined she’d become a consultant. Yet since she started working at Closed Loop Advisors, a sustainability consulting firm started by fellow MSSM alums, JD Capuano and Sami Abbay, Eileen came to realize that it was a great fit.
Due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy, we have decided to extend the application deadline for the M.S. Sustainability Management and Certification in Sustainability Analytics programs to Thursday, November 15.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 5-7, M.S. in Sustainability Management students in Professor Lynnette Widder’s SUMA K4162: Responsibility and Resilience in the Built Environment ventured across the East River to complete an interdisciplinary workshop at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The workshop was organized by Professor Widder in collaboration with the Departments of Architecture of the Technical University of Braunschweig in Germany and the Rhode Island School of Design.
We invite you to come and learn more about Master of Science in Sustainability Management and the Certification of Professional Achievement in Sustainability Analytics programs by joining us at these events. All events are open to the public and free of charge. The deadline to apply for both programs for Spring 2013 enrollment is November 1, 2012 and for Fall 2013 enrollment is May 15, 2013.
Columbia University’s Earth Institute and the School of Continuing Education are proud to announce the launch of the Professional Certification in Sustainability Analytics program–designed to formally train managers in specific quantitative and technical skills central to practicing sustainability.
The Sustainability Management Capstone Workshop group chronicles their last days in Jordan and the next steps for their project on behalf of the King Abdullah II Center for Excellence (KACFE).
In Episode 2 of their travel journal, students are keeping busy with 18 meetings scheduled with several key stakeholders varying from ministries to international development organizations to a key sustainability consultant in the region. In addition to their fieldwork, students have taken the opportunity to see some of the great sights Amman has to offer.
This week, students in the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program (MSSM)’s Integrative Capstone Workshop course traveled to Jordan to meet with representatives from the King Abdullah II Center for Excellence (KACFE). This is the first in a series of travel journal episodes about their experience in Jordan.