If we are to address climate change, environmental protection must once again be seen as above politics and an unfit arena for partisan battle.
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Senator Schumer’s electric vehicle proposal is a creative and sound approach that would have a significant impact on America’s greenhouse gas emissions.
In a new report, CIESIN researchers help to identify urban populations at risk from sea level rise. Their updated data set is meant to inform adaptation strategies.
It is more important than ever for schools, educators, and students to lead the way toward a more sustainable future.
A recent event at Columbia University debated the pros and cons.
A graduate student workshop evaluated the challenges and opportunities for a bill that aims to unite sustainability and resiliency issues under one office in city government.
A new study analyzes the suitability of different carbon pricing mechanisms as instruments to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Recent research suggests it might not be as sustainable as we might think, but it’s complicated.
New findings double potential emissions from these areas, with big implications for climate modeling.
The network, open to all members of the Columbia community, will explore communications solutions to the challenges of climate change and sustainability.