Climate scientist Radley Horton is bringing the effects of sea level rise to decision-makers, and fostering discussions to help society confront climate change.
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Findings from last year indicate that the Greenland Ice Sheet is perhaps not as stable as scientists had hoped.
Geoscientist Wally Broecker explains the money that’s backing climate denialism, and what it will take to fight it.
The World Meteorological Organization’s Commission on Climatology recognizes a Columbia climate forecaster’s scientific contributions.
At meeting in mid-March, doctors, climate scientists, and global health specialists discussed how to tackle the health threats that climate change carries with it.
In addition to her academic achievements, undergraduate Sam Goldberg has excelled in her research in environmental sustainability, and stands out because of her passion to make the world a better place.
A recent episode of the Global Energy Exchange podcast, conservative economist Glenn Hubbard explains how “putting a price on carbon” might work.
Coastal waters play an important role in the carbon cycle by absorbing carbon into sediments or transferring it to the open ocean, a new study confirms.
Columbia University researchers to help translate hurricane science into projections for planning for climate and weather risks.
Sykes helped to establish plate tectonic theory in the 1960s. He is professor emeritus at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.