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.

Max Boykoff

Max Boykoff: Interview

Full interview with Max Boykoff.

 Beth Osnes

Beth Osnes: Interview

Full interview with Beth Osnes.

Dr. Andrew Slater

Permafrost & Snow: Here and There, Now and Then

Dr. Andrew Slater from the National Snow and Ice Data Center explains how warming temperatures are leading to a decline in permafrost in the Arctic and around the globe, and what the future brings as carbon emissions increase.

David Norris

Water, Water Everywhere: Part One

David Norris, professor in the Department of Integrative Physiology at University of Colorado-Boulder, shares the results of his studies over the last 46 years of the effects of environmental influences acting on the brain and endocrine system.

David Norris

Water, Water Everywhere: Part Two

Part two of the "Water, Water Everywhere" lecture by David Norris, professor in the Department of Integrative Physiology at University of Colorado-Boulder. Norris shares the results of his studies over the last 46 years of the effects of environmental influences acting on the brain and endocrine system.

James White

Where We Are Now and Where We Are Going?

Professor James White reviews the basic science behind the Earth’s climate system and discusses how humans are impacting it and put the current climate situation into the context of natural variability. White is director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research.

Jeff Mitton

How The Bark Beetle is Destroying Our Forests

Professor Mitton, University of Colorado Boulder ,explains how climate change has resulted in the exponential growth of the bark beetle population, and how it is destroying the pine forests of North America.

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