Food for Thought from Faculty Experts
Environmental science and biology field work on an urban rooftop
Scholars from all over Mexico gather to explore how current struggles to protect territory and autonomy in the region and throughout the world are creating new forms of indigenous feminism.
"Introductory Environmental Science,” students investigate the interplay between rapid urban development and their environmental surroundings.
Biology professor Hilary Callahan and student intern Rivkah Blutstein '12 discuss the newly planted Sibyl Levy Golden '38 Ecological Learning Center, which will serve as an outdoor classroom beginning this fall.
Following the April 5th panel "What's Water Worth? Hydrofracking and its Impact on New York City, please join us for part two: a screening of GASLAND followed by a Q&A with director Josh Fox and special guest Joe Levine, held by The Earth Institute and Columbia Environmental Law Society in partnership with the Barnard Eco-Reps.
On April 5, students, faculty, and members of the community gathered to hear from a panel of experts on hydraulic fracturing, or “hydrofracking,” a controversial process of fracturing rocks to stimulate the release of natural gas.