How biomimicry and evolution can offer sustainable solutions for adaptation and resilience.
Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development Archives - State of the Planet
The final Speaker Series talk of the semester detailed how NYC’s Department of Environmental Protection manages the city’s various water resources, ranging from drinking water to wastewater.
The workshop offers students an opportunity to apply the skills and techniques they have gained through their studies to solve real-world problems for a client.
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Students in a sustainable development class learned how complicated it can be to account for economic, environmental and social concerns, even in something as simple as planning a meal.
The visit revealed how collaborative efforts help to ensure the city receives high quality water with low treatment costs, while providing local jobs.
During her talk, Margaret Oloriz from Arcadis shared her experiences and knowledge in designing green infrastructure solutions to serve local communities.
The Columbia team impressed retail executives and economic experts with its idea for a company that reuses and repurposes discarded furniture.