Assimilation and colonization are still happening in our own backyard.
MA in Climate and Society Archives - State of the Planet
A student writes about how a moment of enlightenment changed her career path.
As the world warms, plants may benefit but pollen allergies will likely get worse.
Gustavo Valdivia’s work helps people to connect with the natural world in a different way.
A recent panel explored strategies on how to protect people, the environment, and science under the current political climate.
When glacial lakes burst, the sudden and intense flooding can be catastrophic for nearby communities. A new study looks at what role climate change plays in these events.
Hundreds of millions of years ago, the planet was trapped in a global ice age. But exactly how icy things got is still up for debate.
The Annual All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair brought in a record number of recruiters and students last Friday, making it the largest and most successful fair in the event’s 12-year history.
Christoph Meinrenken, Associate Research Scientist with the Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy led a seminar on Product Lifecycle Assessment and Carbon Footprinting. This seminar is part of the Sustainability Skills Series available to students in the Earth Institute education programs.
Two Climate and Society Students Chosen as Finalists for Prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship
Two Climate and Society students have been chosen as finalists for the prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF). The PMF program is administered by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and was established in 1977. The program brings graduate students from a wide variety of academic disciplines to the Federal service. Megan Fleming is a… read more