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2020 Capstone Feature: American Whitewater & Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office

July 7, 2020

Capstone Project: Outdoor Recreation Economic Impact Methodology Capstone Partner: American Whitewater & Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office Student Team: Lorenzo Muñoz, Carrie Tanner, Mayra Mendez, Megan Paliwoda Americans have been visiting our open spaces at a record rate. National Park Service data reveals that the past decade has seen more...

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2020 Capstone Feature: Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force

June 30, 2020

Over the course of Summer 2020, MENV will feature various Capstone Projects to keep the community updated on the accomplishments of our students and partner organizations. The Capstone is the centerpiece of the MENV program and is a year-long project that partners students with an organization from the public, private,...

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AFRO: Black Women Launching Digital Green Book For Black Travelers

June 25, 2020

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CPR: University Of Colorado Taps Into Surging Outdoor Recreation Interest With New Degree

June 24, 2020

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2020 Capstone Feature: EarthHero

June 10, 2020

Over the course of Summer 2020, MENV will feature various Capstone Projects to keep the community updated on the accomplishments of our students and partner organizations. The Capstone is the centerpiece of the MENV program and is a year-long project that partners students with an organization from the public, private,...

To be Equal on this Earth

MENV Anti-Racism Statement & Resource Guide

June 2, 2020

MENV stands in solidarity with those protesting racial injustices and historic oppression of the Black community. Silence is unacceptable. We are allies in the fight against systemic racism and white supremacy, today and everyday. Protection of the environment and racial justice must go hand in hand. We also emphatically acknowledge...

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Leaders of Color in Our Food System

May 18, 2020

We wanted to highlight food system leaders who are rooted in racial equity, now more than ever. These leaders work in different capacities to connect food to culture as a means of practicing liberation, health, community-building, and bringing people closer to the roots of what food means to us as...

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Society of Conservation Biology: Wolves are back: Sociopolitical identity and opinions on management of Canis lupus

May 18, 2020

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Current MENV Student Donna Merten Highlighted in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Article

May 7, 2020

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CSTPR: HOW TO RUIN A PARTY? MAKE IT POLITICAL by Colleen Johns

May 7, 2020

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