Elaine R. Angeles is pursuing an MPA in Environmental Science and Policy to bring science and policy-making together in developing countries.
The students studying with us are the antidote to dysfunction and corruption and our best hope for a sustainable future.
The organization is critical in connecting Environmental Science and Policy students to each other, the alumni network, and School of International and Public Affairs.
Developing, understanding and applying knowledge of environmental problems and the solutions to those problems is the purpose of sustainability research and education.
Science, communication and learning will continue to transform our world, and our graduates will work hard to ensure that this transformation is largely positive.
How can science be used and transferred effectively by decision-makers? How can we manage scientific uncertainty? These are some of the questions tackled on Monday at the event, ‘Speaking Science to Power.’
We are at the start of a new era in organizational management, and it will be led by a new generation of sustainability professionals.
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 workshop in the Environmental Science and Policy MPA program challenges students to integrate their knowledge and apply it as if they were working in the field.
A graduate of Columbia’s Environmental Science and Policy MPA program tells us about his job as a climate adaption practice director at AECOM.