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Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies hosted a panel discussion discussing ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance) and its implications for current global corporations.

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Professor Rinata Kazak of Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University in Ukraine delivered a presentation at the Columbia Law School about the inclusion of ecocide in domestic and international law.

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On Monday, New York Times climate journalist Raymond Zhong sat down with Professor Claudia Dreifus of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies to talk about his work and process.

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On Wednesday, the Columbia Climate School hosted an event at the Forum analyzing the legacy of Dr. Oppenheimer’s work and nuclear warfare and energy in the broader world.

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On Wednesday, the Columbia University Department of Anthropology hosted a seminar led by Dr. Kriti Kapila about the anthropological questions surrounding the new age of Indian digitalization.

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On Monday, The Mailman School of Public Health held a panel discussion featuring leaders from the Lenape Center to discuss Lenape epistemologies and healthcare.

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