Filter by keyword: Filter by year:

The Old Man and the Sea: How Biden Can Use U.S. Coastal Lines to Combat Climate Change

December 3, 2022

NASA’s observations of Earth’s surface temperature indicate rapid increases to the Earth’s climate. Because these increases are driven primarily by

Call Them What They Will Be? The Debate On “Climate Refugees”

June 9, 2022

“Climate refugees.” Like many topics regarding the climate, you’ve probably seen this wording being used more often, especially more recently. This simple term,

Zero Waste Movement: Harmful or Helpful?

March 27, 2021

The zero waste movement has been gaining momentum in recent years with a growing number of eco-influencers and bloggers sharing zero

COVID-19 and Biodiversity Loss: How Destruction of the Environment is Creating a Wave of Pandemics

November 13, 2020

The devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has left us all wondering: What have we done wrong to create a global

COVID Economic Recovery: What Might a Green Stimulus Look Like?

September 16, 2020


US Department of Energy, Flickr.

Every Thursday at 8:30 am

Life After Coal: The Decline and Rise of West Virginia Coal Country

July 13, 2020

Why We Need Climate Stoicism to Overcome Climate Despair

May 10, 2020


The phenomenon of climate despair is on the rise.  Among the young,

How A Citizens’ Climate Assembly Can Make Columbia University A Leader in Climate Action

May 3, 2020


Climate change activists block the road near the House of Parliament in

An Atomic Catch 22: Climate Change and the Decline of America's Nuclear Fleet

April 25, 2020


The now shuttered nuclear power plant at Three Mile Island. Photo: Michele Sersch