New Survey Aims to Help Increase Energy Access Across Uganda
A Columbia World Projects team this spring completed a survey that will provide key data to help the project unlock opportunity and expand energy access across Uganda.
Our Next Project: Measuring the Impact of Youth Justice Initiatives
Columbia World Projects (CWP) announced the launch of a new project that will support New York City youth who have been impacted by the criminal justice system.
2021 Highlights from the ACToday Columbia World Project
Columbia World Projects is pleased to share the latest report from Adapting Agriculture to Climate Today, for Tomorrow (ACToday), our first project. Since 2017, the project has not only worked to create innovative climate information, methods and tools tailored for agriculture, but has also helped decision makers understand how to use these products to ensure safe and stable food supplies.
Climate Action Collective to Bring New Global Voices Into University’s Climate Response
Columbia World Projects (CWP) launched the Climate Action Collective, a global network of stakeholders who will work together to identify key climate challenges that Columbia can help tackle through its teaching, research and global programming. The collective will be led by CWP, Columbia Global Centers, the Columbia Climate School and ICAP, Columbia University’s center for global health.
News: Expanding Our Efforts to Improve U.S. Wastewater Infrastructure
Columbia World Projects (CWP) today announced a second phase of its Transforming Wastewater Infrastructure in the United States project, which is dedicated to improving failing wastewater infrastructure in Alabama’s Black Belt region. The new phase will expand the project’s work in Alabama while also developing data and tools to bring improved wastewater systems to communities facing similar challenges nationwide.