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Through an ancient looking-glass, Perhaps you'd see more H2 gas, And if with denser gas collided, Greater greenhouse warmth provided.
No one ever leaves the field the same way they entered it. Yes there is a new layer of mud on equipment, the expected wear and tear on your personal gear and your physical being, but that is not what I am referring to. I am acknowledging the intangible shift in perspective from a deepened understanding and a broadened vision that has been provided by the experience, and beyond that the questions that drive the next field campaign.
The webinar UN Sustainable Development Goals Setting Agenda for Sustainability is part of the Association for Environmental Studies and Educators (AESS) Webinar Series Visit Eventbrite to Register here The AESS webinar takes place on September 8, 2014 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm EST The live webinar presented by Magdalena A K Muir, Adjunct Associate Researcher with Columbia Climate [...]
In the 1970s, Congress enacted a series of environmental laws that defined the direction and character of environmental policy. This fall, the writers of that legislation will teach a new class at Columbia dedicated to the process that led to these seminal laws.
The Office of Academic and Research Programs, The Earth Institute, is please to offer a variety of administrative internships for Columbia and Barnard students for Fall 2014.
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