In 2011, Professor Max Boykoff attended a Heartland Institute conference to better understand how the conservative think tank was influencing the climate debate. Ten years later, Boykoff returned to interview attendees and examine comparisons with that earlier conference.
The new CIRES Center for Education, Engagement, and Evaluation is dedicated to three broad goals: excellence and inclusion in environmental science education; career development and training for scientists; and engaging with diverse audiences.
A new CU Boulder-led study found historic redlining laid a foundation for today’s bad air trends. In Denver, people of color, specifically those of Hispanic/Latino and American Indian/Alaska Native heritage, are exposed to higher levels of air pollution than non-Hispanic whites.
Members of CU Boulder’s Masters of the Environment graduate program recently congratulated partners at multiple Colorado state offices for receiving the Charles F. Kettering Award. The MENV community was involved in nominations for the award.
Biking to campus is a great way to get exercise and practice sustainability, even during the winter months. Get tips and celebrate Winter Bike to Work Day with the rest of the Boulder community by riding to campus on Feb. 9
CU Boulder will contribute translational research, startup creation and strategic leadership as a key research university partner in a new $160 million National Science Foundation initiative to promote climate resilience.