The Columbia Climate School's mission is to develop and inspire knowledge-based solutions and educate future leaders for just and prosperous societies on a healthy planet.
Harlem Week Event Discusses Environmental Justice and a More Equitable Future
A century ago, the Harlem Renaissance changed the worlds of art and culture. Could Harlem one day become a leader in the transition to a green economy?
What the Inflation Reduction Act Does — and Doesn’t Do — for Climate
It’s the U.S.’s first bill that focuses on climate change, but it’s not perfect.
Columbia Climate School Named University Partner for Climate Week NYC 2022
Experts from Columbia Climate School will join events bringing together voices from business, government, and civil society for the biggest climate event on earth.
Columbia Climate School nurtures and supports innovative research in the science, consequences, and human dimensions of climate change, including the methods of achieving a more sustainable and just world.
Our goal is to ensure the latest research in climate and sustainable development has real-world, real-time, equitable impact on all lives, especially those affected most by the climate crisis.
New York Denies Air Quality Permit to a Cryptocurrency Mining Facility, Citing Sabin Center White Paper
On June 30, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation denied an application to renew an air quality permit for the Greenidge Generating Station, citing work published by Columbia Climate School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law.
Cultivating Seaweed for Carbon Removal in California: Barriers and Recommendations
Seaweed farms could capture and store carbon emissions. A new paper suggests leasing and permitting changes that could help the industry thrive in California.
Announcing the Electric Resilience Toolkit
A new compilation of resources supports policymakers and stakeholders working on issues around electric sector regulation and climate resilience planning.