The Gulf/2000 Project was created in 1993 as a service to scholars, government officials, business people, journalists and other specialists who have a professional association with the Persian Gulf and Gulf studies.
The Access Project improves the health of impoverished people, communities and countries. The Access model: Apply business and management skills to public health systems in poor countries to increase access to life-saving drugs and critical health services.
The Activities Board at Columbia represents over 150 cultural, academic, pre-professional, publication, science, engineering, dance, vocal, theater, and special interest groups on campus to promote student life at Columbia.
The Dorothy Borg Research Program of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute was established to prepare scholars for the challenge of studying transnational issues involving the United States and East Asia.
The Rainforest Standard is the world’s first carbon credit standard to fully integrate requirements and protocols for carbon accounting, socio-cultural and socio-economic impacts, and biodiversity outcomes.
The Undergraduate Committee on Global Thought (UCGT) offers an opportunity for Columbia’s undergraduate students to meet and talk with distinguished scholars and practitioners from the Columbia community and beyond whose work places them on the forefront of global trends.
The Urban Design Lab is a joint laboratory of the Earth Institute and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation that addresses the need for a design-based approach to shaping the long-range future of sustainable urbanism.