A project from the Urban Design Lab combines mapping techniques with Twitter-usage data to gain a real-time understanding of how people occupy public space.
Guest Blogger, Author at State of the Planet
Focusing on collective action that aligns with human nature, he studies solutions to the greatest problem facing the world today.
An uptick in mining-related tragedies in Brazil points to the need for stronger regulations.
The Sustainability Science program is showing Tyler new ways of working with data and analyzing peer-reviewed research.
The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development was pleased to welcome Alexander Quinn, director of sustainable economics at Hatch to its Sustainable Development Speaker Series this spring
A recent study is the first to show that pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions have directly affected the 20th century evolution of rainfall over a region.
The initial ban created a worldwide headache for scrap managers. The new version of the ban will surely lead to migraines.
Before enrolling in the Sustainability Management program, Marly Isler was a member of the U.S. Olympic Sailing Development Team.
The world’s leading earth scientist is not allowing collective inaction to absolve her of personal responsibility.
As a corporate consultant, Pol Lezcano saw how critical sustainability was becoming in corporate decision-making. He enrolled in Columbia’s Sustainability Management program to learn how to tackle this issue.