The Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2023
2023 is one for the books – a record year for deadly heat waves, massive wildfires and catastrophic floods. But it was also a year with historic successes, such as the landmark agreement to support the Loss and Damage Fund, and a greater focus on climate finance to help developing countries experience the greatest impacts from a changing climate.
During events like Climate Week NYC, COP28, and Columbia Climate School's Managed Retreat Conference, researchers, scientists, policy experts, students, and others work together to mitigate the effects of climate change. In 2023, more students than ever will graduate from the Columbia Climate School, ready to contribute their education and experiences to building a better future.
State of the Planet published hundreds of stories this year focusing on current, past and future climate and people who are helping to understand and act towards a safer and more equitable future. You can read a summary of our most viewed articles below.
Some of our most popular posts from 2023
There is a lot of talk in the media
We started our Science for the Planet A video series with short explanations of how climate school researchers learn about the impacts of climate change.
That's it for now. See you in 2024!
. „Gracz. Namiętny pionier w mediach społecznościowych. Wielokrotnie nagradzany miłośnik muzyki. Rozrabiacz”.