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This article was published by Sarah Fecht on the Eart Institute's blog, State of the Planet.
This fall, the Paris Center will partner with the Centre Pompidou to present two events as part of the museum’s interactive exhibition series, “Cosmopolis #2: Repenser l'humain.”
Anjana Tiwari, a participant in the Alliance Summer School in Sustainable Development, shares her experience in Paris and her latest projects in urban risk assessment.
Photographer Maxime Riché, ‘05SEAS, recently presented his Climate Heroes project at the Paris Center. He talks about the power of photography to inspire positive change and reveals more about his latest project “Worldkeepers.”
In July, the Paris Center hosted a day-long workshop with the Youth Climate Leaders (YCL) program, an initiative developed by SIPA alumna Cassia Moraes.
Florian Grosset, SIPA '22, was one of the organizers of the 2018 Alliance Summer School. He shares his experience of the PhD program in Sustainable Development, the Summer School, and his projects on the effects of climate change on migration.
Columbia Global Centers, in partnership with the No-Boundaries Committee, have launched the third annual 2018 No-Boundaries International Art Exhibitions to foster global awareness and social responsibility in young citizens around the world.
The focus of this year's Alliance workshop series is a timely one.