Mountain Art

CU Boulder Grad Students Make a Mark in Cañon City

Nov. 6, 2023

Students partner with Colorado organizations to help identify solutions to environment-related challenges.

Zoe Rom running in Silverton

The Sustainable Runner 

Sept. 1, 2023

Journalist Zoё Rom leverages stories from running and other endurance sports to start climate discussions.

Max Kiefer

Alum Dedicated to Improving Indoor Air Quality

Nov. 7, 2022

Max Kiefer serves as the sustainability director at Wynd, an air monitoring and purification technology company dedicated to giving consumers access to better indoor air quality.

wind turbine

Campus News Briefs — Fall 2022

Nov. 7, 2022

Pollution and babies, palm tree-inspired wind turbines, marijuana labels and more.

forest after a wildfire

After a Wildfire, What Happens to Water?

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

three young people standing in ankle-deep water

Class Action: Fighting Climate Change Through Girls’ Education

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

East African pastoralists

Climate Change Fueling Violence, Hunger for East African Pastoralists

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

young person looking up at a truck producing pollution

How Natural Disasters Impact Vulnerable Populations

July 11, 2022

When Lori Peek (PhDSoc’05) started graduate school in the Department of Sociology in 1999, natural disasters were still largely framed as “acts of God” — isolated events only occasionally impacting an unlucky few, with everyone equally vulnerable to their wrath. Today, with climate change fueling bigger and more frequent wildfires,...

young person looking up at a truck producing smog

Justice for Earth, Justice for Humans

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters. These stories examine the ways CU is researching the impacts of climate change on human life and human rights.

group working on Climate change research

Turning Stories into Action

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

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