Economist Glenn Hubbard explains why carbon pricing can appeal to people on both sides of the political aisle.
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A student shares her first-hand experience of the devastating storm, and discusses how New York City is building resilience—and how it could do better.
At meeting in mid-March, doctors, climate scientists, and global health specialists discussed how to tackle the health threats that climate change carries with it.
The project will focus on climate threats to food and nutrition in six developing countries, bringing research out of the lab and into the real world.
This student-led initiative takes graduate students to Israel for a rich exchange of ideas. This year’s trip focused on environmentalism, resource management, and climate change.
A graduate of Columbia’s Environmental Science and Policy program explains how his studies have helped him in his work in the energy sector.
An alum explains how Columbia’s Environmental Science and Policy program prepared her for a job incorporating sustainability practices at Loreal.
On Friday, two students from Columbia’s Undergraduate Sustainable Development Program were inducted into one of the nation’s most prestigious honor societies.
If we ate half as many burgers and steaks each week, a new study calculates that it could have a profound effect on carbon emissions and the environment.