Learn about CU Boulder projects and partnerships, including the campus of the future and the university’s leadership on climate change action, plus enjoy food, exhibits and Band on the Bricks—join CU Night in Downtown Boulder.
Join the CU Environmental Center at the Boulder Public Library garden space on July 20 to make clay seed bombs with resilient and native seeds, soil and clay powder. Be part of seed bomb creation, dispersion or both.
Colorado Law's Jonathan Skinner-Thompson discusses the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), limiting the EPA’s authority under a provision of the Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector.
When NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft arrived at the asteroid Bennu, scientists discovered something surprising: The asteroid's surface wasn't smooth like many were expecting but was covered in large boulders. Now, a team of physicists think they know why.