On Tuesday, the Heyman Center hosted guest lecturer Dr. Mijin Cha to discuss the importance of power, organization, and framing in the battle for worldwide decarbonization.
The Climate and Society Speaker Series continues with guest speakers George Deodatis and Thaddeus Pawlowski, both members of Columbia’s faculty. Sarah Cole, Dean of the Humanities at Columbia, moderates the panel as both experts speak on the setbacks of current infrastructure in New York and how it can be improved to maximize sustainability and the […]
The Southern Lights in New Zealand and Australia, oil regulations, and budget cuts in today’s Bwoglines!
Popped balloons… but not the end-of-the-birthday-party kind. Editors Note: mentions of death.
My walk to class is FREEZING and I am SICK OF IT. Join me in helping the fight to accelerate climate change.
From New Zealand, to San Francisco, to New York: locations with two-part names have taken over the news. Editor’s note: mentions of violence and death.
The Columbia Policy Institute hosted a meeting on an unspoken pillar of America: milk.
Today’s Bwoglines is by far the yarn-iest, featuring Twitter threads and your soon-to-be-repurposed sweaters.
Today’s Bwoglines is here to remind you that your voice matters! Editor’s note: mentions of death.
Three scientists call us to action to avoid catastrophe.
From the environmental crisis in Flint to discussions on how we are educating the next generation.
On Friday, September 23, Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro, Columbia World Projects (CWP), and Obama Foundation Scholar Alumni brought together speakers and panelists to speak on the ever-changing standards of spirituality, technology, finance, and civic action in regard to climate change.
On Thursday, Alok Sharma, President of COP26, discussed climate anger, the pressing need for aggressive action, and the hope he sees in the young generation.
Guest Writer Siria Solorio explores how mankind’s vain quest for meaning and symbolism has significantly neglected our planet and left her in critical condition. If we are to ensure life remains on this planet, then we must learn to rekindle our reverence for nature and engage with our universe through scientific literacy.
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