While the flooding may not have inundated your house, you could still feel its effects in the form of more volatile food prices.
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In an unusual new study, scientists say they have detected a growing fingerprint of human-driven global warming on global drought conditions starting as far back as 1900.
A new book, the second in a series of primers with the Earth Institute imprint, provides an interdisciplinary overview drought, bringing together many fields including climate science, hydrology and ecology.
An Earth Institute oceanographer answers this deep question from a reader as part of our Earth Month Q&A on Instagram.
This year’s theme encourages students to explore the relationship between human beings and water through various art forms.
A new article co-authored by the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law provides key recommendations on how to change flood insurance for a changing climate.
Marine biologist, policy expert, and conservation strategist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson discusses the challenges and possibility she sees in environmental justice work today.
Exploring the complex history of the river’s pollution and conservation, a show at the New-York Historical Society highlights the holistic solution proposed by Earth Institute faculty member Kate Orff.
Climate change will pose many challenges for small island states — and shrinking maritime boundaries would only make matters worse, argues one climate lawyer.
A new report documents the social, environmental, economic, and health impacts of gold mining in Porgera, Papua New Guinea.