What Is COP28 and Why Is It Important?
CBS Professors Bruce Usher and Gernot Wagner share their insights on the the annual climate gathering and the School’s role in shaping the future of climate education.
New research challenges the accepted wisdom that shunning companies that fail to meet your values puts pressure on them or puts them out of business.
Columbia Business School Professor Bruce Usher discusses his new book, which outlines the risks and opportunities for investors from climate change, and how current students and alumni are addressing major environmental challenges.
Three takeaways from the 2022 Brazil Climate Summit held at Columbia Business School’s Manhattanville campus
Floods, droughts, wildfires, and other deadly phenomena are what make climate change so costly. Now that a future of higher average global temperatures is inevitable, managing the problem well requires that we cut off the tail end of the extreme-weather distribution.
Here's what happened when CBS Climate Economist Gernot Wagner overhauled his leaky, 200-year-old New York City co-op.
To think that technology will save us from climate change is to invite riskier behavior, or moral hazard. Whether a climate solution creates new problems has little to do with the solution, and everything to do with us.
The wildfires should finally put to rest any of the doubts that deep and sustained cuts to our burning of fossil fuels are indeed warranted, says Professor Gernot Wagner.
Supporters gathered to celebrate previously announced honorees S. Mona Sinha ’93 and Andrea Turner Moffitt ’07, alongside two graduating students who have proved to be active champions of social enterprise.