This is a short list of New School faculty and student publications and blogs that relate to climate change.
The blog of the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (EPSM) Master’s program at the Milano School for International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy serves as a dynamic forum for students, faculty and others interested in sustainability issues to share upcoming events, news, projects, perspectives and analysis. We welcome guest bloggers from the EPSM community and beyond. Please e-mail EPSM@newschool.edu with your posts.
This project grew out of two international conferences held at The New School (2010 and 2011), devoted to understanding different aspects of climate change from an economics perspective. The handbook collects papers on the macroeconomics of growth and climate change, mitigation policy modeling, technology and energy policies, mitigation and adaptation, and regional studies from the USA, EU, Russia, China, India, and Japan.Contributors include Willi Semmler, Lucas Bernard, Daniel Samaan, and Unurjargal Nyambuu of the Department of Economics of The New School for Social Research. (Forthcoming spring 2013 from Oxford University Press)
Partners in maintaining this website include Professor Timon McPhearson of The New School; David Bragdon, former director of the NYC Mayor's Office of Long-term Planning and Sustainability; Bram Gunther, chief scientist of the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation; and David Maddox,Director of Science, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation; and collaborators at the Stockholm Resilience Center and elsewhere.
This volume represents two years of collaboration by a multidisciplinary team of 106 scholars from 50 cities. Editors include Shagun Mehrotra, Assistant Professor in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management at The New School for Public Engagement. (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
Iván J. Ramírez, Assistant Professor of Environmental Health in the Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, at Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts, co-authored this article with Sue Grady and Michael H. Glantz in 2013 in Weather, Climate and Society, Volume 5, Issue 2. Read more.