CU Environmental Center

The CU Environmental Center is the nation's largest and most accomplished student-led center of its kind. By translating student leadership into action and engaging the campus community, the Center helps CU-Boulder to become a global leader in sustainability.

What's Happening

Would you like to advocate for campus environmental policy, determine funding for innovative sustainability projects, get practical experience, and meet other environmentally concerned students?
Celebrate our pollinators (bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and bats are all pollinators) with a month of events in Boulder this September!

Kicking off at this week’s first home football game of the season, CU Athletics this year is increasing its leadership in sports sustainability through several new programs encouraging environmentally friendly behaviors among fans.

Written by Drew Searchinger


Movie Night Schedule (not including prize give-aways and dress codes):
10/7 - Kittridge Field - Old School
10/13 - Folsom Field - Shaun of the Dead

Did you know that CU-Boulder is one of the nation’s leading green schools?  Find out how on a tour of main campus with the CU Environmental Center.

Campus Recycling Operations Center
Opening Event

Thursday, October 15th
4 - 6 pm

1060 Regent Drive
University of Colorado Boulder

Click here to find out more about the 2015 Front Range Bioneers!

View an extensive online calendar of sustainability events on the University of Colorado Boulder campus and in the surrounding community

CU Environmental Center staff member Taylor Cannon interviewed Dr. McNie about her life, career and passions for this issue of the Monthly Newsletter.

Theft, assault, sabotage and a suspicious death-it's not a description you'd expect to hear about Mt. Everest.

Ryan Heiland attributes his inventive spirit to his family.

"They were all farmers, so I think I have that innate ability to dream up wanting to do something in some way and then just figuring out a way to do it."

Since 2001, Dr. Kearns and Dr. Oliveras have been conducting surveys of bees in Boulder County, and they are still going strong.