The Climate Call to Action
A letter from Dean Costis Maglaras opens the Winter/Spring 2023 issue of Columbia Business School’s alumni magazine.
Through two-way knowledge flow, CBS Professor Vanessa Burbano ensures that businesses shape and benefit from climate modeling.
Professor Shivaram Rajgopal discusses the improvements that are called for, and why he thinks ESG is more than just a passing fad.
The Sustainability And Behavior Laboratory is using effective strategies to tilt consumers toward pro-climate decisions.
It’s days like today that I wished I had former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s superpower and could “love that smell of the emissions,” or at least was immune to them. In reality, of course, nobody is. But reading statistics about millions a year dying from air pollution caused by the burning of fossil fuels is one thing.
The plan to charge drivers to enter Manhattan south of 60th Street, which last month moved closer to federal approval, will deliver two notable gifts to New York and the region when it begins, perhaps as soon as next April.
Modifying attitudes and behaviours related to climate change is difficult. Attempts to offer information, appeal to values and norms or enact policies have shown limited success. Here we examine whether participation in a climate prediction market can shift attitudes by having the market act as a non-partisan adjudicator and by prompting participants to put their ‘money where their mouth is’.
Commemorating our first year in Columbia Business School's new home.
Columbia Business School launches the inaugural First Generation Entrepreneurs Program.
The green building rating system measures how sustainable a building development is in areas including energy, water efficiency, material selection, and indoor air quality.