Sustainability Management News
Gregory Falco, Sustainability Management alum and faculty member, makes the Forbes "30 Under 30" list in recognition of his promising startup and security research.
Lynnette Widder, who teaches in the Sustainability Management program, curated a new architecture exhibit, "Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonia," now on display at The Center For Architecture in New York.
Steven Cohen, Executive Director of the Earth Institute and Director of the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program, speaks about the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accords, the market forces at work to shift use from fossil fuels to renewable energy, and Columbia’s role in addressing climate change.
When Wendy Hapgood, a 2016 graduate of the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program, wrote about New York City's ivory business for a class, she ended up exposing illegal trade.
Representing School of Professional Studies graduate programs in Bioethics, Strategic Communication, Sustainability Management, and Nonprofit Management, four extraordinary students will travel the world next year with awards that will send them to Rome, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, and the Arctic Circle.
In the latest edition of Claudia Dreifus’ column, “A Conversation With,” the Sustainability Management faculty member interviews a social psychologist about the psychological roots of our technology addiction.
In this new piece by Steven Cohen, the Program Director for the Master's program in Sustainability Management, he writes about how climate change policy will be complicated under conservative ideology.
How an ambitious new initiative, The Center for Climate and Life, is poised to fix the innovation gap and lead the way in research about our most precious resource: the earth.
What Steven Cohen, the program director of Columbia's Sustainability Management program and the Earth Institute, thinks about the incoming Presidential administration's potential effect on the environment.
Samuel K. Wasser is a scientist on a fascinating forensic mission: searching for poached ivory and other illegally attained animals.
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