The 10,000 Year Forecast: Columbia and Climate

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As climate continues to dominate the national conversation, Columbia's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) is a powerful player in the fight to conserve our planet.  LDEO scientists are at the forefront in understanding the risks to human life and property from extreme weather events, both in the present and future climates, and on developing solutions to mitigate those risks. Hear directly from Dr. Arthur Lerner-Lam, deputy director of LDEO, as he discusses why climate research is more pressing now than ever before, and how Columbia, like no other university, is tackling the big challenges of today's climate landscape. 

Want more Lamont? Check out these five things you might not know about Lamont-Doherty’s work on climate, and read Lamont-Doherty scientist Adam Sobel's recent article on climate in The Washington Post.

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A tropical storm photographed from the International Space Station (Photo: NASA)

 


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