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Energy and Environment

  • Explores Energy&#39s Impact on the Global Economy¬†
  • Provides Perspective on Climate Change
  • Examines the Geopolitical Landscape

Population growth, technological advancements, and the expansion of global economies all have significant implications for the ever-evolving energy and environmental landscape. These courses examine the increasing importance that access to energy and natural resources has on the global economy and geopolitical landscape, as well as the impact of climate change on our environment. They are taught by policy-makers, energy financiers, clean-tech entrepreneurs, and environmental advocates.

This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.

Climate Justice and Inequality

Low income, working classes, indigenous, and people of color have historically been exposed to a disproportionate share of environmental harms....

2024 Summer
1 section

ESG and Impact Investing Boot Camp

ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and Impact Investing are garnering increased attention and scrutiny on Wall Street and in Washington...

2024 Spring
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Critical Issues and Careers in Global Affairs

Apply for this Summer 2023 course here. Thinking about grad school? Considering an impactful career in the global arena? Spend two...

2024 Summer
1 section

Energy Analytics, Modeling, and ClimateTech Finance

The Clean Energy transition has undergone explosive growth in recent years and that pace is accelerating - creating market dynamics that are...

2024 Spring
1 section

Clean Energy Capstone Project: Putting Knowledge to Practice

Gain real-world experience working directly with a New York City-based clean energy company that is aligned with your interests.

2024 Spring
1 section

Foundations of Clean Energy

Gain foundational knowledge of the cleantech landscape, as well as of electricity generation, distribution, and transition.

2024 Spring
1 section