The Colorado Buffaloes were one of four Pac-12 programs honored by the league in the annual challenge. CU won for “best use of innovation” and was judged during the Nov. 6 football game against Oregon State.
Warmer, drier nights can no longer dampen wildfires’ flames. Nighttime fires have become more intense in recent decades, as hot, dry nights are more commonplace, according to a new CIRES Earth Lab study.
Just after first responders extinguished the flames of the Marshall Fire, a team of engineers from across the country hit the ground in an urgent effort: to collect data on the disaster before it disappears for good.
At this Denver event, learn how CU is working to forge a just and sustainable future. Hosted by CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano, the evening includes a networking reception and presentations from some of CU’s top experts. Ticket prices range from $2 to $10.
Two years ago, hundreds of international scientists set off on the one-year MOSAiC expedition, collecting unprecedented environmental datasets over a full annual cycle in the central Arctic Ocean. Now, the team has published three overview articles.
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.
Outdoor events at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing will rely almost entirely on artificial snow. Learn from an expert about the science of human-made snow, its use at the Olympics and how climate change may impact the future of snow sports.
CU Boulder researchers from across campus have pivoted to study the aftermath of the Marshall Fire, hoping to learn from a tragedy in their own backyard and help prepare the country for the next “climate fire.”