Dozens of Earth Institute staff and students took part in New York City’s Climate Strike march.
A paleoclimatologist walks us through some of the natural causes of climate change — and why it’s important to take action on human-caused warming.
Climatologist Radley Horton’s impactful research is matched by his commitment to communicating the under-appreciated threats associated with global warming.
Under the leadership of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory scientists, two different expeditions sailed to the stormy Southern Ocean to learn more about Earth’s climate history.
A team of researchers taught social science students to test for high fluoride levels in their own villages, and experimented with creative ways to get the word out about the dangers of fluorosis.
The newly renovated research facility will host an educational mural that combines art and science.
Join us at ‘Our Future Festival NYC’ on September 21. This groundbreaking climate event is designed to inform and inspire.
Sources and story ideas for journalists during ‘Covering Climate Now,’ Climate Week, and beyond.
A new study reveals a surprising way in which lava influences marine ecology.
Park Williams and Richard Seager, climate experts at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, discuss why California wildfires are expected to expand and intensify with climate change.
In a coastal cave off Spain, scientists have found evidence showing that more than 3 million years ago, when temperatures were similar to those projected for the end of this century, sea levels were as much as 16 meters higher than they are now.
A student research project unveils that tiny plastics in laundry detergents and fabrics could potentially have a big impact on ocean health.
Lamont scientists representing a range of research disciplines and career stages are to receive honors from the internationally influential earth and space science organization.
Two months at sea, collecting drill cores in the stormiest ocean on the planet, can feel both extremely epic and fairly routine.
A variety of undergraduate research assistant positions are available. Apply by September 11, 2019.