Demands for water across the Colorado River Basin exceed the shrinking supply. Chronic drought, record heat, increasing aridity and rampant wildfires are diminishing the basin’s overall health and resilience. Discuss and learn more at the Colorado Law Conference on Natural Resources June 16—open to all, free for CU students, faculty and staff.
In CU Boulder's intergenerational writing class, students discover a new richness to topics such as birth control, racism and the war on drugs when they have a chance to explore them alongside members of older generations who have lived through similar social upheavals. Community members are invited to apply.
Climate change is forcing animals to adapt—and fast. New research from a global team of researchers, including one from CU Boulder, finds that wild animals might be better equipped to deal with these changes than expected.
Cassandra Brooks has received an NSF CAREER Award to examine whether the Ross Sea's protection status is working. Part of what she'll look at is a large time series of ear bones from the Antarctic toothfish species—a health record of sorts.