Under a contract valued at $68 million, the NSIDC will provide data management services focused on preserving, documenting and providing access to cryospheric data and related geophysical data. This is the seventh time the NSIDC has been selected for the work.
A report released this week by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns the world of dire consequences if rapid action to reduce emissions and adaptation are not prioritized. A CU expert shares his take on economic and political impacts of this latest report.
Through the Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research Project, housed at CU Boulder's Mountain Research Station, scientists will continue to examine the impacts of a warming world on the university's highest campus.
A CU Boulder-led study shows that between 1985 and 2019 in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, deforestation decreased and reforestation increased on lands where Indigenous communities had been able to complete a legal process to receive formal recognition of their ancestral lands.