Barnard College News
Barnard’s bees offer a bit o’ honey for the College’s students, faculty, and staff.
After spending five weeks on the North Island of New Zealand, the Tow Fellow calls the chance to search for a connection between people and nature “the real gift of Barnard.”
Avigail Greenberg ’25 — a political science major and environmental science minor — shines a light on renewable energy systems in Africa for a road map to a sustainable future.
The Laidlaw Scholar traces the policy effects of climate displacement ahead of the U.N. conference COP 28.
Thirty-four of the College’s faculty, staff, and students collaborated to publish an open-access textbook — connecting higher education to a sustainable future for the planet.
The political ecology senior considers the connection between climate change and corporations while working for the NFL Foundation.
Part 2 of the Summer Stories series: Students spend six weeks learning about the complex ties between the global food system and climate change.
Politics are inextricably linked to the planet’s health, and professor Alyssa Battistoni explains why.
From working with Indigenous activists in Papua New Guinea to holding on to hope, Professor Paige West weighs in on new federal initiatives designed to deliver results on climate action.
The annual event for seniors showcased the work of dedicated student researchers striving to illuminate the planet’s mysteries.
From bird-watching to growing sprouts, this toolkit — sourced from campus community members — offers actionable advice for Earth Day.