Workshop shows how climate adaptation could be linked with economic revitalization in the nation’s so-called “Rust Belt.”
Sarah Fecht, Author at State of the Planet
A recent event at Columbia University debated the pros and cons.
New findings double potential emissions from these areas, with big implications for climate modeling.
With help from local tv station Univision 41, Earth Institute scientists tested how well Newark’s lead filters are working. The results support new findings from city officials.
Climate change disrupts the water cycle in ways that could profoundly alter how we live our lives.
It includes species that live nowhere else on Earth, and emphasizes the need to protect these unique mountain forests.
The Apollo missions brought back unique samples from the moon that have been analyzed by researchers around the world. This data is getting lost and forgotten. A new database collects it and makes it easy to find and use.
Hundreds of experts gathered on campus to discuss possibilities for protecting coastal communities and withdrawing when we can no longer safely inhabit our coastlines.
Climate change could worsen China’s already bad ozone pollution problem — but a new study shows that it doesn’t have to be that way.
The impacts of climate change don’t always come one at a time. A recent workshop focused on what’s needed to predict and adapt when multiple climate-related disasters happen simultaneously.