A panel discussion and book launch event held at Columbia’s Mailman School for Public Health outline how better communication can help to bridge the research divide between climate and health.
As the world population continues to grow, global demand for food could increase dramatically by 2050. Yet the impacts of climate change threaten to decrease the quantity and quality of our food supplies.
A new study led by Kyle Davis, a Columbia postdoc, addresses two key objectives of the Indian government: to reduce undernourishment and improve nutrition, and to promote sustainable water use.
Columbia’s Center for Climate Systems Research is building a network analysis program that can pinpoint trouble spots in the global food trade system.
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society is leading a project focused on climate threats to food and nutrition in six countries in Africa, Latin America and South Asia.