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November 1, 2019
The October 18 event highlighted research findings of five alumni and three current students in SIPA’s unique PhD Program in Sustainable Development.
October 9, 2019
Space
At New York Comic Con this weekend, Patrick Stewart and Billy Dee Williams said space travel could be a possibility in the near future. Ben Orlove told Space that "space-based research is fundamental" given the impact of climate change.
September 23, 2019
WBUR
After millions of students and people took to the streets around the world and marched to fight climate change, Julio Friedmann spoke with WBUR about what political action might look like.
September 21, 2019
AFP
Better late than never is what Steven Cohen says about New York City's plan to add about 500 feet to the bottom of Manhattan to protect against rising flood waters were another superstorm to hit the city. "People would have rather seen this more rapidly."
September 19, 2019
NY1
After President Trump moved to ban California's stricter gas emissions standards, Steven Cohen tells Errol Louis of NY1 the move is detrimental to individual states rights and combating climate change as a whole.
September 18, 2019
AM New York
After NYC gave the okay for over one million students to attend the Global Climate Strike, Steven Cohen emphasizes the significance of the unprecedented move: "It has an emotional significance that they are taking charge of their own future."
September 12, 2019
Former German banking official Andreas Dombret spoke at SIPA on September 5.
September 4, 2019
CEEP will study environmental change and its consequences and promote policies to encourage sustainable development.
August 28, 2019
Axios
BP's sale of more than $5 billion of Alaskan land "reflects just how dramatically the U.S. oil sector has shifted, as the outlook for Alaska... has dimmed relative to shale and the Gulf of Mexico," says Jason Bordoff.
August 26, 2019
Verge
Is Andrew Yang's climate plan, which calls for innovative solutions, feasible? “He’s essentially on the right track to focus on science and technology, but I think that his faith in technology may be a little bit misplaced,” says Steven Cohen.

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