Long-awaited battery electric Buff Buses will hit the streets this week, thanks in part to a pair of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Diesel Emissions Reduction Act grants. Two more electric buses are expected to join the fleet by summer 2023.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano and Chief Sustainability Officer Heidi VanGenderen share words of gratitude and excitement as we welcome attendees—locally and virtually—this week for the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit.
Greening your living space means taking attainable steps to improve the environmental impact of your residence. Here are some tips for making sustainable choices wherever you live to reduce your carbon footprint.
CU Boulder recently launched efforts to develop its Climate Action Plan. The guide will work toward achieving the institution-wide goal of 50% greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2030 and total carbon neutrality no later than 2050. See who's part of the steering committee.
Among just 17 programs nationwide, CU Boulder's architectural engineering program received this Department of Energy designation as an acknowledgement of its focus on zero-energy design, which means a building produces as much energy as it consumes.
Biking is a great way to get around campus and Boulder, whether you’re looking to get some exercise or commute sustainably. Learning a little bike maintenance, knowing the rules of the road and being prepared can improve your bike ride.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano and other CU Boulder representatives joined city of Boulder leaders for an event celebrating upcoming partnerships and to share details about the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit.
A series of films, canvases and a dynamic living wall expose the multifaceted worlds of cyanobacteria in an exhibition at Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “Refresh” reveals microscopic landscapes that allow us to ponder how these prehistoric organisms shaped our world and how they could help us move toward a cleaner future.