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Almost Famous: Pioneers in the Field of Climate and Weather Journalism

by |February 13th, 2014

C+S alumni have been making waves in weather and climate journalism. From Buzzfeed to Slate to Mashable to Rolling Stone Magazine read about the awesome things C+S alumni are up to.

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C+S at the AGU Fall Meeting 2013

by |November 21st, 2013

The M.A. in Climate and Society will be at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from December 9-13, 2013.

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Information Session: Earth Institute Sustainability Graduate Programs

by |November 19th, 2013

The M.A. in Climate and Society will be participating in the Earth Institute’s Sustainability Programs Information Session on December 2, 2013 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Faculty House on Columbia’s Morningside campus.

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The 2014 Climate Models Calendar

by |November 12th, 2013

Climate science is often portrayed as dry and tedious. That’s left some climate scientists and communicators wondering how to make it more relatable to the general public. Do you use scientific facts? Do you tell a story? Do you use humor?

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M.A. in Climate and Society Information Sessions – Fall 2013

by |September 23rd, 2013

Find out more about our upcoming information sessions.

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We’re Hitting the Road with Idealist!

by |September 5th, 2013

Come visit us at Idealist Grad Fairs across the U.S. this fall.

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Managing Water in a Dry Land

by |June 17th, 2013

The Elqui River flows through the semi-arid Coquimbo region of Chile, providing water for towns, goatherders and large- and small-scale farmers. However, its flow is anything but certain. Meet the denizens of Coquimbo and learn how Climate and Society faculty member Andrew Robertson’s work is helping them manage water in this dry land.

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C+S Founder Mark Cane Elected to the National Academy

by |May 13th, 2013

C+S Founder Mark Cane has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Cane, an expert on the El Niño-Southern Oscillation climate process, was one of 86 newly elected members along with Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory volcanologist Terry Plank. Members are elected to the National Academy in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.

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Climate and Health, a Conversation with IRI Researcher Madeleine Thomson

by |May 13th, 2013

Current C+S student Elizabeth Gawthrop recently sat down with the International Research Institute for Climate and Society‘s (IRI) Senior Research Scientist Madeleine Thomson to talk about an ongoing partnership between the IRI and the World Health Organization to continue to develop climate information systems that can map, monitor and forecast climate-related disease risk.

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C+S Students Participate in the NASA DEVELOP Program

by |April 12th, 2013

By Brian Kahn, Communications Coordinator, the International Research Institute for Climate and Society Predicting malaria outbreaks before they occur or improving crop yield forecasts from space might sound like science fiction, but they’re projects going on at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI). This spring, C+S students Caitlin Reid and Sunny Ng… read more

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