By Delaney Michaelson '24
Barnard College News
In recognition of Climate Week NYC 2022 (September 19-23), Delaney Wellington ’23 discusses her passion for finding equitable solutions to climate change.
In celebration of Climate Week NYC 2022, Barnard College and the Columbia Climate School host a symposium on the power of circularity in building a global, equitable climate response.
Sustainability expert Sandra Goldmark discusses the upcoming NYC Climate Week 2022 event on the power of a new approach to consumption as a collective climate response.
Catherine Cardelús ’96, Leslie Cooperband ’82, and Rhea Suh ’92 each work to create a healthier planet.
The anthropology major (above, second from left) reflects on her nearly decade-long journey as a climate activist — from first recognizing the importance of reversing climate change in middle school to becoming a sustainability leader at Barnard College.
At Barnard, this environmental scientist learned the interdisciplinary nature of her field — and now, as Miami’s first chief heat officer, she applies those lessons every day.
The Barnard Year of Science’s spring signature event marked World Water Day on March 22, 2022.
Terryanne Maenza-Gmelch, senior lecturer in environmental science, discusses NYC trees and forests for Climate Week NYC 2021. #BarnardYearOfScience
Renowned climate scientist and environmental science professor Martin Stute discusses his game-changing new paper in Nature and what scientists have been getting wrong about the Earth’s changing climate.
Professor Sandra Goldmark discusses her new book “Fixation” and the importance of building a new model of consumption.
In an Earth Day “Way Back Wednesday,” art and data are united as activism with the Tempestry Project, which tracks climate change through knitting.
Goldmark, whose work in theaters and at colleges focuses on sustainability, will examine pathways to a more circular and less wasteful economy
Goldmark, whose work in theaters and at colleges focuses on sustainability, will examine events, initiatives, and ideas for implementing a less wasteful, “circular” economy
Across the city and globe this week, people are taking action to bring awareness to climate change, with many students participating in walkouts. Barnard shares their commitment to enacting change, as reflected in the College’s various initiatives over the years to address sustainability.
A discussion of indigenous issues, political ecology, and Facebook’s role in Papua New Guinea with Professor Paige West.
Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges of our time. The College is preparing students to meet these challenges through a three-fold strategy.
Sustainability and climate action are at the heart of the College's core vision and values—which is why Barnard is taking action with sustainability practices and academic initiatives.
Stream historical and recent videos from the fields of ethnography and anthropology.
Barnard will apply the criteria in its unique approach of divesting from climate change deniers.
Barnard’s Department of Environmental Science was founded 35 years ago.
A new study coauthored by Professor Stephanie Pfirman indicates pollution can spread rapidly via polar sea ice, which is melting faster than ever before due to global warming.
Earth Day—Saturday, April 22—is more important than ever this year. As environmental protections are increasingly challenged or reduced, the Barnard community is enhancing sustainability efforts, working to reduce the effects of climate change, and creating scientifically based solutions to address environmental hazards.
Members of the Barnard community discussed the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force to Examine Divestment at a campus Town Hall event on February 15.
An op-ed that Samantha Jakuboski '18 wrote for a first-year seminar on climate change has been published on the website of the journal Nature.
More than 120 young student scientists pursued full-time research projects as part of Barnard's new Summer Research Institute. Watch as they share their experiences and stories.
Keyanna works in Barnard College's Arthur Ross Greenhouse. Her goal is to make urban spaces greener.
Report focuses on environmental and societal transitions that will affect the Arctic and the rest of the world
Scientific American reports on research conducted by Krista L. McGuire, Barnard assistant professor of biology, in an article titled "Why Manhattan's Green Roofs Don't Work--and How to Fix Them."
Barnard anthropology professor talks about the scholarly journal Environment and Society
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that Barnard has successfully reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent over the past five years
Sky-high Learning: Studying biology and ecology on New York City's green roofs