From increasing droughts and wildfires to polluted air and deforestation, natural disasters have an enormous impact on humans, including Indigenous ways of life. Inspired by a recent story collection in the Coloradan — “Justice for Earth, Justice for Humans” — CU experts and faculty shared insights and research at Coloradan Conversations: Climate Change and Its Impact on Human Rights. Be inspired to take action with resources from our speakers.
Happening at CU Boulder
As a global leader in climate, environmental and energy research, the University of Colorado Boulder is proud to partner with United Nations Human Rights to co-host the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit in December 2022.
The Center for Creative Climate Communication and Behavior Change (C3BC) is dedicated to confronting the climate crisis by creatively communicating and changing human behavior. We have a chance to come together to solve the greatest challenge of our generation and create a better future. You can make a gift that supports research, practice and policy innovations that focus on confronting the climate crisis via creative communication and changing human behavior.
The Center of Native American and Indigenous Studies (CNAIS) promotes collaborative research focusing on both local and global indigenous knowledge. You can make a gift that contributes to CNAIS's research and programming or directly funds Native American students' education. CNAIS also promotes a certificate program that allows you to take advantage of the diversity of research and teaching on Indigenous topics at CU Boulder.