Category: Low Carbon Cities

Celebrating UDL@10

by | December 18, 2015

On December 8th the Urban Design Lab celebrated 10 years of research pushing the frontiers of urban innovation and interdisciplinary boundaries. There was acknowledgment of meaningful partnerships all over the world, and optimism about further collaborations. In a festive and warm atmosphere colleagues and partners from various professional backgrounds came together at Steelcase on Columbus […]

South Korea Low Carbon City Project Progress Report

by | April 15, 2015

On Friday April 17th, 2015, the Urban Design Lab (UDL) at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, along with the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) hosted a lecture on the Progress of the South Korea Low Carbon City Project by Dr Seiyong Kim, Director of the Low Carbon City Research Project, Professor of Architecture […]

The Streetscape of 145th Street

by | May 14, 2009

Across the United States, several urban and suburban areas show high carbon emissions attributed to transportation and residential uses. While New York City’s density and transit system keep per capita emissions at low levels, carbon emissions sources remain a topic of concern. The 145th Street corridor in Harlem is no exemption: a surface temperature map […]