The fellowship supports women grassroots activists working to promote peace and security. The deadline for applications is October 23.
Earth Institute, Author at State of the Planet
Kevin Griffin uses remote sensing to track the daily rhythms of trees. His work is helping to bring tree biology to life for students and the general public.
An event on October 16 will share insights and strategies to help scientists get their message across to the general public.
Sonya Dyhrman, a microbial oceanographer affiliated with Lamont’s Center for Climate and Life, explains how human-caused climate change is harming ocean health.
This year’s Open House attracted more than 3,000 visitors and, just like research at Lamont, covered a vast range of subjects and regions, from under the sea to the surface of the moon.
A paleoecologist explains why it’s actually a bad idea to “drain the swamp.”
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A study finds evidence for land speculation in Coney Island and the Rockaways, in some of the neighborhoods hardest-hit by the storm.
An Earth Institute expert explains why climate change is great for mosquitoes (but bad for people), and why we shouldn’t really worry about prehistoric germs coming back to life.
The answer might seem cut and dried, but it’s not as simple as you might think.