A sustainable development undergraduate explains her summer research testing new innovations in green infrastructure.
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What the West sees as the Chinese government’s top-down decision making around ecological migration is actually a more complex process.
The Paraguay River is an essential lifeblood for the landlocked country that shares it name, but it can also be the source of deadly and costly floods. Now scientists are one step closer to predicting the likelihood for heavy rain weeks ahead of time.
Replacing some rice with less thirsty crops could help to sustainably feed a rapidly growing population.
In the high Andes of Peru, glacial retreat poses a complex set of challenges related to water supply.
A recent event hosted by the Columbia Water Center highlights the challenges and opportunities that nation’s beleaguered water system presents.
Members of Columbia Water Center share what Earth Day means to them, and offer ways – large and small – that we can all advocate for water and a healthier planet.
Similar to Standing Rock, a battle for clean energy and water rages on in our own backyard, but few in New York City seem to notice.
Stormwater runoff can cause a lot of problems in aquatic ecosystems. Here’s how you can help mitigate those effects.