As part of the fellowship, she will examine the transformation of design thinking, symbolic representation and construction in post-war West Germany.
Faculty Profiles Archives - State of the Planet
Professor Lynnette Widder was recently featured in an article about how she integrated sustainability into her restoration of a historic home in upstate New York.
Bhakti Mirchandani and Curtis Probst, lecturers in Columbia University’s Sustainability Management program, attended the group’s third annual gathering.
The redesigned course focuses on the ethical challenges, pathways, and practices of sustainability in its intersections with the financial sector.
In Fall 2018, this course will examine traditional and emerging financial and cost accounting practices, non-financial sustainability performance metrics, and more.
A Sustainability Management course starting in July will help students develop skills to produce magazine articles. Professor Dreifus explains why these skills are important for scientists and sustainability professionals.
Architect and faculty member Lynnette Widder won a Docomomo Citation of Merit for her work in restoring a modernist house with an eye toward sustainability.
Understanding the range of climate risks requires understanding the way in which climate models are built and the assumptions that underpin them.
Instead of separating investment strategy from environmental and social goals, impact finance harnesses the capital markets to drive positive environmental and social change.
A truly sustainable economy may require fundamentally re-thinking how we make and consume products. A new course delves into the challenges and opportunities of this transformation.