Their loss would have catastrophic effects on food supply and human survival, say researchers at CU Denver and Georgia Tech
They are crucial for fostering bipartisan support and ensuring long-term sustainability of efforts to address the global challenge.
We wouldn’t allow landlords to rent apartments without heat. The time has come to provide cooling, too.
White River National Forest district ranger calls Coal Basin mine project “precedent setting”
New machine to draw carbon from air in Brighton may be North America’s largest effort, in VIP launch. But is there a “moral hazard”?
CU convenes a dialog about the link between climate change and human rights.
Pat Meyers and Deborah Rylander took a drive around Boulder Friday afternoon. Their cruise in a white Audi, with a heat sensor affixed to a window, was part of one of the largest heat-mapping projects in the U.S. The project, which required the help of almost a hundred volunteers, was part of an annual project […]
By Anita Snow, The Associated Press PHOENIX — Much of the American West has been blasted with sweltering heat this week as a high pressure dome combines with the worst drought in modern history to launch temperatures into the triple digits, toppling records even before the official start of summer. Record daily highs were seen […]
As an environmental psychologist who works to improve young people’s access to nature, I recently completed a review that brings two bodies of research together: one on connecting children and adolescents with nature, and the second on supporting healthy coping when they realize they are part of a planet in peril. My review shows that […]
By Matthew Brown, The Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. — U.S. wildlife officials are withdrawing proposed protections for the snow-loving wolverine after determining the rare and elusive predator is not as threatened by climate change as once thought. Details on the decision were obtained by The Associated Press in advance of an announcement Thursday. A federal […]