researcher observing pine beetles

Listening to Colorado's Ecology

A look at the implications of climate change on Colorado’s mountain species, with a special focus on the pika and pine beetle. Part of the series "Climate and Colorado's Future," co-produced by the Office of University Outreach at the University of Colorado Boulder, Sovereign Pictures, and Landlocked Films.

Mark Serreze

A Hotter, Drier Colorado

This video examines the importance of water in dry areas such as Colorado and offers conservation solutions for individuals. Part of the series "Climate and Colorado's Future," produced by the Office of University Outreach at the University of Colorado Boulder, Sovereign Pictures, and Landlocked Films.

Michael Bowman

Education and Solutions in Colorado

A demonstration of the importance of local environmental education and the benefits of integrating environmental issues into a school curriculum. Part of the series "Climate and Colorado's Future," co-produced by the Office of University Outreach at the University of Colorado Boulder, Sovereign Pictures, and Landlocked Films.

Jeff Lukas

The Long View: Part Two

Trees record their growth in rings that show the ups and downs of climate over the years and centuries, providing us with valuable information that can help us prepare for the future. In this video, Jeff Lukas from the Western Water Assessment explores how through the methods of dendrochronology, or...

Mark Williams

Water: A Zero Sum Game

"Water: A Zero Sum Game" takes viewers high into the Rocky Mountain snowpack as researchers dig snow pits to explore the source of our water supply. 'The snowpack acts as a storage system, or bank account," snow hydrologist Mark Williams explains, "it releases water slowly into the watershed as it...

Truck driving through palm field

Impacts of Palm Oil Production on Climate Change: Realities and Opportunities

CU Boulder researcher, Phil Taylor, investigates ways into making Palm Oil a more environmentally sustainable product. He explores Palm Oil methane capture technology to provide renewable energy for small tropical communities.