ACToday: Adapting Agriculture to Climate Today, for Tomorrow
Learn about Columbia World Projects' inaugural project, ACToday, which is using climate knowledge to improve food security and combat hunger.
Building Climate-Resilient Communities in the Dominican Republic
This Columbia World Project aims to strengthen the Dominican Republic’s ability to confront natural disasters.
Hurricane Risk Models for Vulnerable Populations
This Columbia World Project will further develop, test and implement an open-source model to more accurately forecast the risk of hurricanes and tropical cyclones and the damage that they would likely cause for vulnerable communities.
Columbia World Projects Issues New Report on Carbon Capture and Storage, Key Renewable Energy Technologies
The report is a critical first step in identifying how best to implement essential new technologies that could reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels worldwide and help address the issue of climate change.
World Bank Funded Climate Resilience Project Builds on Columbia World Projects’ Climate and Food Security Work
Columbia Climate School’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) is a major partner in a new $60 million climate resilience project for agriculture in Africa, funded by the World Bank and led by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). The project also builds on the work accomplished to date by Adapting Agriculture to Climate Today, for Tomorrow (ACToday), the first Columbia World Project (CWP).
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.