While urban agriculture is often praised for promoting sustainable growing techniques, one of its most important qualities is its encouragement of social connections and civic engagement.
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What we’re missing is an activist federal government working hand in hand with the finance industry to incentivize green finance at a massive, national scale.
The All Ivy Career Fair provides a glimpse into the diverse professional opportunities for sustainability students and graduates.
An event on March 6 will bring together representatives from the world’s most powerful industries to discuss the role of business in addressing today’s urgent sustainability challenges.
In his new book, Philanthropy and Society, research scholar David Maurrasse highlights strategic and inclusive tactics that help philanthropic institutions to more effectively serve their communities.
Both clothing rental and plastic bag bans are small steps on the long road to sustainable cities and a circular, less environmentally destructive economy.
We need effective state and federal environmental cops to protect the fragile blue dot in the vast vacuum of space that we call home.
Because of the intertwined crises of poverty and environmental stress, the future is bleak for coffee farmers in many countries — but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Inspired by work with the Earth Institute, Columbia Event Management is now offering a Sustainable Living menu curated to feature local ingredients, focusing on vegan and vegetarian options.
Our climate challenged planet desperately needs a 21st century, low-polluting, decarbonized energy system.