Ben Orlove

Ben Orlove, CRED co-director, gives presentation on CRED at NOAA’s Regional Integrated Scences and Assessments meeting

by |October 24th, 2012

October 4th, 2012 Ben Orlove introduces CRED to RISA teams through webinar presentation at research meeting NOAA’s Regional Integrated Science and Assessments (RISA) meeting On October 4, 2012, CRED co-director, Ben Orlove gave a webinar presentation at a research meeting of NOAA’s Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA). Entitled, “An Overview of CRED: Some observations for… read more

Ben Orlove, CRED co-director, speaks at the Earth Institute’s Sustainable Development Seminar Series

by |September 26th, 2012

September 19th, 2012 Sustainable Development Seminar Series Columbia University Ben Orlove, CRED co-director, was one of four speakers featured at the Earth Institute’s Sustainable Development Seminar Series, “A New Record Low in Arctic Sea Ice Extent,” held at Columbia’s Alfred Lerner Hall, on September 19, 2012. The seminar focus was on the science and policy… read more

CRED Co-Directors Speak at Hazard Event

by |April 16th, 2012

April 20, 2012 Historicizing Hazard New York, NY CRED Co-Directors Elke Weber and Ben Orlove, as well as CRED Principal Investigator Upmanu Lall participated in Historicizing Hazard, an interdisciplinary workshop on environmental learning, ignorance & fear held at Barnard College. This workshop was sponsored by the Earth Institute and the Center for International History at… read more

Image of Ben Orlove on the beach in Antarctica

CRED Co-Director Ben Orlove’s Voyage to Antarctica

by |February 28th, 2012

February 15-28, 2012 CRED Co-Director Hosts CAA Travel Study Trip Antarctica CRED Co-Director Ben Orlove traveled to Antarctica on February 15-28, as part of the Columbia Alumni Association Travel Study Program. Serving as faculty host on the trip, he gave two talks, one on non-native organisms that people have brought to Antarctica (sled dogs, microbes… read more

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Babies, Dogs and Microbes: Organisms that Threaten the Wilderness Continent of Antarctica

by |February 7th, 2012

February 7, 2012 E3B Seminar Series New York, New York CRED Co-Director Ben Orlove gave a presentation entitled “Babies, Dogs and Microbes: Organisms that Threaten the Wilderness Continent of Antarctica” as part of the Columbia University Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology‘s E3B Seminar Series. Ben is looking at three areas of contention under… read more

International Climate & Society Conference

by |November 19th, 2011

November 19, 2011 International Climate and Society Conference Thimphu, Bhutan CRED Co-Director Ben Orlove participated in this summit investigating climate change over the Himalayas, its various impacts on human and natural systems, and strategies for adaptation. For more details on this Earth Institute collaboration, read here or visit the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and… read more

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CRED researchers at NSF Hazards Research Showcase

NSF Hazards Research Showcase

by |September 7th, 2011

September 6-7, 2011 NSF Hazards Research Showcase NSF Headquarters and Capitol Hill, Washington DC CRED Co-Directors Ben Orlove and Kenneth Broad, along with CRED researcher Robert Meyer and Psychology doctoral student Katherine Thompson, were asked to present research related to natural hazards at the NSF Hazards Research Showcase. For more information, read Katherine Thompson’s EI… read more