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Climate change requires more long-term and practical solutions. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Quarantines Act as Band-Aids on the Climate Crisis

April 1, 2020

We must find feasible solutions to global warming and pollution that work with our routines not throw them into disarray.

Cochran’s work focuses on climate change and public policy. (Courtesy of Colleen Cochran/The Fordham Ram)

Junior Strives to Save the Earth, One Policy at a Time

February 5, 2020

Colleen Cochran has been involved in climate change research since age 13.

Combat Climate Anxiety with Awareness

Combat Climate Anxiety with Awareness

September 25, 2019

Individuals have always felt the onus of responsibility for our changing climate far more heavily than the corporations that actually have the most severe environmental footprints.

Global climate change has begun to take a toll on people ‘ s mental health. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Anxieties Warm Along with the Climate

September 18, 2019

The fear of the drastic and potentially deadly consequences has caused mental distress symptoms to increase.

Learn From Our Location

Learn From Our Location

September 11, 2019

The Bronx is and always has been a microcosm for larger conversations being had across the state, nation and globe.

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The Climate is Changing and So Must We

April 10, 2019

We have power as consumers and voters to normalize plant-based diets, to discourage plastic use and to shame politicians that are not doing their absolute best to combat this earth-sized dilemma.

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“Woman at War” Delves into Complexities of Climate Change

March 13, 2019

“Woman at War” delves into the complexities of this vital issue without diminishing its importance.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortze’s Green New Deal will cripple the U.S.’ economy for years to come and should not be implemented. (Courtesy of Flickr)

The Green New Deal Takes the Wrong Approach

February 20, 2019

Climate change is real and must be addressed – woe to those who deny it – but a government takeover of the much more efficient private sector is a misguided crusade.

Colleen Cochran, FCRH '21, researches coastal management and climate change (Courtesy of Colleen Cochran).

Research: Sophomore Works on Coastal Management Research

January 23, 2019

Colleen Cochran plans to pursue a career in environmental policy. As a sophomore she has already worked on several research projects on coastal managment.

An extremely cold Thanksgiving holiday should not distract Americans from the fact that the world is getting warmer. (Courtesy of Flickr)

A Historically Cold Thanksgiving Should Not Gobble Up Climate Change Issues

December 5, 2018

The jarringly cold weather experienced by many this past Thanksgiving represents the tip of the iceberg in terms of climate change related weather issues that will affect us if we do not take the necessary steps to slow the damage we are causing to our planet.

The People’s Climate March sought to catch the attention of the United Nations. (Courtesy of Samantha Mandichi)

The Human Face of Climate Change

September 24, 2014

By Kaitlyn Lyngaas The Earth’s climate is changing at an alarming rate. Rising sea levels threaten to wipe out entire nations, while severe droughts devastate agricultural communities the world ove...

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