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Ogmius, Issue #54 is Now Out

Issue #54, Fall/Winter 2019 Ogmius Exchange The Kids Are All Right Adults Are the Climate Change Problem by Max Boykoff The Non-Partisan Environmental Group That Will Make You Feel Hopeful About Climate Change by Alison Gilchrist Faculty Affiliate Forum CU … Continue reading

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Joe Neguse Has a Plan to Fight Trump on Climate Censorship

The Colorado Independentby Robin Bravender “Stop Climate Censorship Act” would require officials to use data to defend decisions to remove climate content from studies. A freshman Colorado congressman, troubled by allegations of climate censorship by the Trump administration, is attempting … Continue reading

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CU Boulder Prof and 100 Women Set Sail for Antarctica

Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazineby Sarah Kuta Cassandra Brooks has spent much of her life studying and working to preserve Antarctica. Now, she’s sharing her love and knowledge of the southernmost continent with a group of 100 intrepid women seeking … Continue reading

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Climate Change Activists at CU Boulder Proclaim Action is Needed Now

Daily Cameraby Lucy Haggard Time is growing critically short to combat the causes and effects of climate change, in the opinion of protesters who turned out Friday to shine a brighter light on what they see as a global crisis … Continue reading

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Climate Activists Used Disinformation to Falsely Report a Climate Emergency

CPR Newsby Michael Elizabeth Sakas and Lindsay Fendt Members of the youth-led climate activist group Sunrise Movement distributed a fake letter to attendees at the start of the Dec. 5 Sustainable Denver Summit. The letter appeared to be on city letterhead, but was … Continue reading

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The Politics of ‘Usable’ Knowledge: Examining the Development of Climate Services in Tanzania

Climatic Change (2019)by Meaghan Daly and Lisa Dilling Abstract: The field of climate services has arisen rapidly out of a desire to enable climate science to meet the information needs of society to respond to climate variability and change. In … Continue reading

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MeCCO Monthly Summary: Talking about climate change is not an insult to bushfire victims

Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO)November 2019 Summary October media attention to climate change and global warming went down 8% from record levels of coverage in September 2019. However, it was still up 48% throughout the world from October 2018. While … Continue reading

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These Scientists Want People To ‘Laugh About Climate Change’

Medical Dailyby Darwin Malicdem Climate change is a very serious issue. It puts millions of people in different countries across the world at risk of more extreme weather events, food shortages and rising sea levels, among other natural changes.  Advocates have been calling … Continue reading

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Most Americans Now See Signs of Climate Change Where They Live

ScienceNewsby Gloria Dickie Amid deadly wildfires in California and increased flooding along the U.S. East Coast in 2019, most Americans say the effects of climate change are already upon us — and that the U.S. government isn’t doing enough to … Continue reading

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Climate Change Already Harming Health

Daily Camera by Katie Langford Climate change is already harming the health of people around the world and it will only get worse without intervention, according to a new report co-authored by University of Colorado Boulder faculty. With contributions from … Continue reading

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