The latest earth, climate, and environmental science news from across Columbia.

Researchers found that areas with an elevated Social Vulnerability Index have higher than expected rates of tree growth.

He will lead wide-ranging efforts to achieve climate and sustainability goals set forth by the University, including the implementation of Columbia

The Langseth is currently docked at Brooklyn Navy Yard after mapping more than 150,000 square kilometers of ocean floor.

Data science has opened many promising avenues to address climate change, but the data centers that power it are energy-hungry.

Membership in the academy is considered one of the highest honors a scientist can receive.

A new database offers communities, leaders, and researchers unprecedented access to climate data and cutting-edge models.

Columbia environmental scientist Catherine Ivanovich wants us to understand the impacts of the food we eat.

A new study suggests that the Antarctic Circumpolar Current will continue to speed up, hastening ice loss.

New research shows that even the most powerful blasts won't result in a so-called volcanic winter.

In Costa Rica, Climate School scientists are installing geophysical instruments that can monitor the underground in real time.

A book gathers experts and scholars to investigate how this decline is playing out during the climate crisis.

By replicating successful strategies found in nature, as Dickson Despommier outlines in his new book.