Climate scientist Nachiketa Acharya uses medium-term forecasts to help Indian farmers with planning and decision-making.
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Scientists have identified systematic meanders in the northern jet stream that cause simultaneous crop-damaging heat waves in widely separated regions—a previously unknown threat to global food production that could worsen with warming.
A new study finds that diversifying India’s crops could provide better nutrition for 200 million undernourished people.
The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment’s annual training session will be held in June 2020.
This summer, the Summer Ecosystem Experiences for Undergraduates gave students an in-depth look at the food systems in and around NYC.
Riyana Razalee, a current student in the MS in Sustainability Management program, is building from the ground up a career in agriculture and food systems.
An event this week will celebrate a partnership that has helped to make farmers and food systems more climate-resilient, and will discuss what comes next.
Professor Lisa Dale spent a month in Rwanda this summer to teach, research, and weave together sustainable development and climate change adaptation.
How research at Columbia University is making coffee production more sustainable.
Global demand for beef is fueling the Amazon rainforest fires, and it will take a global solution to fix it.