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The Non-Partisan Environmental Group That Will Make You Feel Hopeful About Climate Change

by Alison Gilchrist, CSTPR Science Writer This article is the first in a CSTPR series of profiles of non-partisan environmental groups on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. Photo above: Citizens’ Climate Lobby members lobbying for Joe Neguse. If there’s … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Or Not, Extinction Rebellion Wants Colorado To Act Now On Climate Change

by Sam BraschCPR News Photo: Climate change activists perform a “die-in” during Denver City Council. Aug. 5, 2019. Credit: Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite. Last April, Dave Robinson walked out to the middle of Denver’s busy Speer Boulevard and sat down. Six … Continue reading

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RC/RCCC Notes from the Field: Experiences of Drought in Turkana County

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Programby Sarah Posner Sarah Posner is the 2019 Junior Researcher in the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCCC) program. She is a Masters student in the Geography Department at University of Colorado Boulder. … Continue reading

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If You Have No Hope, You Can’t Act: Patrick David Chandler on Bridging Science and Art

by Alison Gilchrist, CSTPR Science Writer Photo above: Patrick Chandler during a performance of Inside the Greenhouse’s musical for youth engagement, Shine, on Earth Day 2019. Halfway through my interview with Patrick David Chandler, a current Environmental Studies graduate student based … Continue reading

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The Kids Are All Right – Adults Are the Climate Change Problem

by Max BoykoffDaily Camera I have been deeply disturbed by the “Greta bashing” going on. My disappointment has been compounded by the fact that the verbal attacks have overwhelmingly emanated from older adults. For those not following her more closely, … Continue reading

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RC/RCCC Notes from the Field: Forecasts for Action

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Programby Sarah Posner Sarah Posner is the 2019 Junior Researcher in the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCCC) program. She is a Masters student in the Geography Department at University of Colorado Boulder. … Continue reading

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KOA Morning News: Talking Climate Change

Climate change is sure to be a big issue in the upcoming election. KOA News discusses this topic with CSTPR’s Dr. Max Boykoff​.

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How Did Climate Change Become Such An Issue For 2020?

Max Boykoff interviewed on 4 September 2019 Newsy. In the last decades and especially in the last few years, addressing climate change has become a flagship political issue. There’s something unique about this election cycle: The focus on addressing climate … Continue reading

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MeCCO Monthly Summary: ‘I am an environmentalist’

Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO)August 2019 Summary August media attention to climate change and global warming was up 20% throughout the world from the previous month of July, and up almost 83% from August 2018. At the country level, of … Continue reading

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Beth Osnes Named CU ASSETT Faculty Advisor

University of Colorado Boulder’s Art and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) has just announced Beth Osnes as a new faculty advisor. An Associate Professor of Theatre, Beth brings to the position a long history of innovative and unique projects involving … Continue reading

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