A new (and improved) E3B Website will launch shortly! On or about October 15, 2015...check back soon!
Ruth DeFries has a paper in Science. Former E3B Ph.D.student Steve Wood, now a post-doc at Yale, E3B affiliate and Earth
Institute Agricultural and Food Security Center's Cheryl Palm, and recent Sustainable Development
program grad Tal Anderman are among the co-authors. Please follow the link here
End of year E3B achievements letter from our Chair, Kevin Griffin, is posted HERE Please follow the link to see a sampling of the interesting work our students and faculty have been doing!
Congratulations to our terrific M.A. students! Graduating M.A. Students gave thesis presentations on May 12th
Please follow the link to see speakers and titles...LINK
Denning Family Professor of Sustainable Development in E3B, Ruth DeFries, has been named (May 8, 2015) one of the 16 winners of the 2015 President’s Global Innovation Fund grants. The purpose of the Fund is to support faculty who are developing projects that increase opportunities for research, teaching, and service around the world. Professor DeFries’ project is entitled “Collaborations for Developing the Science Base for Improved Air Quality in India”…For more information, please follow this LINK
Maria Diuk-Wasser, E3B's newest professor, is featured in the Spring 2015 Columbia News.
For details on her research, please follow this LINK
E3B Professor and Earth Institute Director Shahid Naeem was interviewed on SciTech Now recently,
and discussed the planet's sixth mass extinction. There are some beautiful photographs used as backdrop
to the piece. Please follow this LINK and go to the program entitled
Mass Extinction (Professor Naeem's interview begins 12:15 into that program).
Interested in where our alumni PhD students are now?