After a decade of development in Africa, the ENACTS initiative is expanding to Bangladesh this year.
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Lynn Sykes, a pivotal figure in the development of plate tectonics, discusses a new memoir of his career.
Climate change will require that we rebuild our flood control systems in new and creative ways. We will need more research on climate impacts to do this successfully and we will need to moderate the rate of those impacts to ensure that what we build doesn’t quickly become outdated.
Researchers and businesses are finding innovative ways to use carbon dioxide captured from power plants or the air.
Join us on Saturday, June 1st to explore one of New York’s most underrated treasures: our productive waterways!
Years before Alex Halliday joined Columbia University’s Earth Institute as its director, he was changing the field of geochemistry.
The rhetoric around vaccination is generally black and white: vaccines are good or vaccines are bad. But now more than ever, it’s important to find ways to communicate across the divide.
While the flooding may not have inundated your house, you could still feel its effects in the form of more volatile food prices.
An Earth Institute staffer gives advice on alternative trash bag options and how reduce your need for trash bags altogether.
Nicholas Stern is optimistic that we can create a zero-carbon world economy in the coming decades. What he’s worried about is whether we will, he said in a recent talk.