New seasonal forecasting services could improve livelihoods for Bangladeshi farmers.
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The persistence of toxic chemicals and substances like plastics throughout the biosphere has impacts that are not yet well understood and may be very difficult to predict.
A new study, which found that the Earth and the Moon are drifting apart, inspired a science communicator to write this poem.
Columbia’s Center for Sustainable Development is testing a virtual reality module to help train teachers in a comfortable and individual virtual space.
In Ethiopia, climate variability can have a big impact on food, water, and health. A system to monitor and predict climate will help to keep people safe.
A sustainable development alum recounts his exciting visit to Temple of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
On May 3, students in the Capstone Workshop in Sustainable Development presented their recommendations and solutions for real-world clients facing sustainability issues.
For decades, the South American country has been embroiled in violence and conflict. The Youth, Peace, and Security program is supporting young peace-builders in Medellín, and learning from them as well.
A Sustainability Management course starting in July will help students develop skills to produce magazine articles. Professor Dreifus explains why these skills are important for scientists and sustainability professionals.
Ajay Mathur, a member of the Indian Prime Minister’s Council on Climate Change, discusses the outlook for energy supply and demand in India, including the critical role that solar power could play in coming years.