Author Archives: prometheus

RC/RCCC Notes from the Field: Reflection – A Wonderful Summer Experience

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program by Juhri Selamet Maputo, Mozambique Juhri Selamet is the 2018 Junior Researcher in the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCCC) program. He is a PhD student in the College of Media, Communication … Continue reading

Posted in Commentaries | Leave a comment

Ogmius, Issue 50 is Now Out

Ogmius Issue #50, Summer 2018 The Complexity of Consensus: Protecting the World’s Most Remote Ocean by Cassandra Brooks Every year I travel to Hobart, Tasmania at the southern tip of Australia to study international negotiations about protecting the oceans around … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Commentaries | Leave a comment

Climate Change is Coming for Rich People’s Favorite Things. Should We Care?

Grist Magazine August 10, 2018 Climate change is about to start hitting us where it really hurts: our champagne. With temperatures heating up in France’s normally cool region of Champagne, Bloomberg reports that it might be hard for “the taste we love” … Continue reading

Posted in In the News | Leave a comment

MeCCO Monthly Summary: Connecting the Dots

Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO) July 2018 Summary July media attention to climate change and global warming was up 7% throughout the world from the previous month of June 2018, but down about 2% from July last year. Increases … Continue reading

Posted in Commentaries | Leave a comment

RC/RCCC Notes from the Field: Learning and Maintaining Communication Channels of Mozambique Red Cross

 Juhri Selamet (left) and Edson Rodriquez (right). Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program by Juhri Selamet Maputo, Mozambique Juhri Selamet is the 2018 Junior Researcher in the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCCC) program. He is a PhD … Continue reading

Posted in Commentaries | Leave a comment

Pushing Boundaries: Using Theater to Communicate Climate Change, One Child at a Time

CU Boulder Today June 2018 Beth Osnes likes to have fun. When she created Shine, a musical performance about how energy, climate and humans are interrelated, she did what came naturally and made it joyful. Set against a hand-drawn backdrop representing … Continue reading

Posted in In the News | Leave a comment

RC/RCCC Notes from the Field: The National Meeting of Experts on Disaster Risk Reduction

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program by Juhri Selamet Maputo, Mozambique Juhri Selamet is the 2018 Junior Researcher in the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCCC) program. He is a PhD student in the College of Media, Communication … Continue reading

Posted in Commentaries | Leave a comment

CSTPR Welcomes Professor Chris Armstrong, Visiting Scholar

Professor Chris Armstrong will be joining CSTPR as a visiting scholar from University of Southampton July 23 – August 9. Professor Armstrong is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Southampton. He works primarily on global justice, climate justice, … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements | Leave a comment

How to find out about Boulder Creek streamflow: Data for your Outdoor Adventures

by Abigail Ahlert CSTPR Science Writer Boulder Creek is an iconic and vital Colorado waterway. Weaving through Boulder Canyon and into the city, the creek provides abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. One of the most popular events on Boulder Creek … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Commentaries | Leave a comment

Drawdown, Act up! July 10 & 11, 2018

‘Drawdown’ carbon to reverse global warming ‘Act Up’ through interactive games and skitsto activate top solutions Learn the science behind the solutionsand how to activate these in your daily life July 10 & 11, 2018 Rocky Mountain National Park Discovery … Continue reading

Posted in Events | Leave a comment