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

Meet us on September 19 and 20 to initiate the Washington Heights, Morningside Heights, and West Harlem portions of the effort to clean up Broadway

Chia-Ying Lee is building models to improve our understanding of storm risk.

At an Upstate New York nature preserve, Columbia researchers are decoding the natural world in order to conserve it.

Hugo Sarmiento works at the intersection of urban planning, recovery and resilience, and spatial inequalities.

A study adds evidence that the Greenland Ice Sheet will be vulnerable to human-induced climate change in coming centuries.

Columbia Climate School to study harmful algae bloom at Morningside Pond and offer community science opportunities. 

Read what experts at the University have to say about the impact of recent wildfires in Canada on New York City and North America more broadly.

President Bollinger announces that he, in close consultation with incoming University President Minouche Shafik, is appointing Jeffrey Shaman as In

Counterintuitively, seas were rising around Greenland as it went through a cold period centuries ago.

Climate change, natural disasters, climate resilience, living and working sustainably and equitably, learning from nature, environmental conflict,

Scientists quickly pronounced the heat wave unprecedented. A new paper offers proof that it really was.

One ship will be named after Marie Tharp, a Columbia geologist and oceanographer who drew the first modern maps of ocean floors.