The Columbia Global Centers promote a key Columbia University mission to advance science, environmental studies, and engineering for humanity. The Centers bring scientists, policy analysts, and humanists together around cutting-edge global themes being pursued at the University and around the world.
Protecting wildlife and curbing wildlife trade is a pressing issue in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai organized a webinar on June 17, 2020, featuring global experts -- Claudia Dreifus, Abi Tamim Vanak, Wendy Hapgood, and Karen Qin Xue.
Can software save the environment? Five undergraduate students from Columbia University who participated in the Urban Works Innovation Challenge (UWIC), believe it can! They are combining artificial intelligence with human ingenuity to explore a solution for waste management in India.
Responding to the urgency of spreading awareness about green spaces and conserving urban biodiversity, Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai launched an exciting initiative. In 2019, the Center entered into a project partnership with the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) in India to develop educational and outreach programs aimed at enabling Sunder Nursery, located in the heart of the country’s capital city, to grow into a world-class urban park.