Center for Climate and Life in The New York Times - Center for Climate and Life

Center for Climate and Life in The New York Times - Center for Climate and Life

“Columbia’s scientists are the Paul Reveres of climate change,” said Peter de Menocal, the director of the Center for Climate and Life at Lamont. “They have been ringing this bell loudly and with increasing urgency since the 1980s.”

The New York Times visited Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, New York, home of the Center for Climate and Life, which it describes as “one of the world’s greatest meccas for climate change research.”

Center Fellows and affiliated scientists were interviewed about their work and the decades of critically important research conducted at Lamont. Read the full article here.