Understanding the nature and implications of China’s unique status can help in designing energy and climate policies, and promoting sustainable growth.
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Around the world, Indigenous communities are losing their lands, livelihoods and culture to climate change. Sherpa is fighting to bring their voices to the United Nations.
A Columbia study provides a blueprint for the use of genomics to help combat climate change.
Groundbreaking Project Will Drill Into Bedrock Below Greenland Ice to Understand Past and Future Melting
GreenDrill promises to reveal the ice sheet’s past in unprecedented detail and enable more accurate predictions of how it may add to rising seas in the 21st century.
Photographer Stephen Matera talks to GlacierHub about his series of photographs on the Washington State mountain range.
Climate change is already part of the curricula across Columbia, but we can make a bigger difference by working together.
Scientists at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory use models and observations to understand tropical storms and advance the science of predicting them.
The Columbia Climate School will provide the education, research and global partnerships needed to create and maintain a sustainable society.
The development economist thinks that understanding the factors that influence climate adaptation decisions will be key to building a more resilient future.
Anillos de Crecimiento de los Árboles Revelan Aumento sin Precedentes en Extremos Climáticos en Sudamérica
Un nuevo Atlas Sudamericano de Sequía revela que las sequías severas expandidas y los períodos inusualmente húmedos sin precedentes han ido aumentando desde mediados del siglo XX.