Members of the Office of Environmental Stewardship and students from dozens of campus sustainability groups shared the projects they were working on Thursday night at the Earth Institute Student Advisory Council’s inaugural Environmental Summit.
In this oped, City Council member Melissa Mark-Viverito and City Council nominee Mark Levine argue that locals are right to be concerned about the potential impacts on air quality if construction were to begin on Jewish Home Lifecare.
Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute, said that scientists need to find solutions to the issue of humanity’s dependence on groundwater, as well as the disasters caused by the increasing prevalence of droughts and floods.
Organizations are encouraged to be able to match the size of any grant they receive, which can range from $5,000 to $25,000, and demonstrate that the project will eventually become self-sustaining and involve members of the West Harlem community.
All people have a right to fight to protect themselves from the threat of climate change.
A city program is helping building owners switch to greener oils, which could prove particularly useful on the Upper West Side, a neighborhood one city official called "one of the dirtiest in the boroughs."
Despite the best of intentions, I must profess that I think our generation, and perhaps our progeny even more, has been betrayed by a concept of wilderness that set us up for disappointment.
As part of Greenspiration—a student-led ten-day series of environmentally-focused events—a panel of religious experts discussed the relationship between religion and going green.
Environmental clubs aren’t the only ones thinking green.
As warm weather approaches, Columbia is looking for ways to stay cool.
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