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- White House highlights CU-Boulder webinar-turned-MOOC in national climate literacy program December 18th, 2014 @ 11:11amThe White House Office of Science and Technology Policy recently featured the University of Colorado Boulder’s new massive open online course (MOOC) about water resources as part of its newly la..
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- Shining light on sustainability at the holidays — and beyond December 19th, 2014 @ 4:54pm“Doing what you can with what you have” may not be a common holiday theme, but it is something that staff and volunteers at the Environmental Center at CU-Boulder especially promote during this time of year when commercialism runs rampant. Those colorful lights you string up in trees and around your house need lots of..
- Seven trends spotted at United Nations climate talks December 19th, 2014 @ 4:52pmNeed help making sense of the 20th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference? Lauren Gifford, a CU-Boulder doctoral student, was at the Conference of the Parties that took place in Lima, Peru on Dec. 1-14. Gifford and fellow PhD student Jonas Bruun, from the University of Manchester, were part of the Institute for Policy Studies..
- New study connects climate’s rising temps to armed conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa November 10th, 2014 @ 5:35pmThe full article originally appeared at Colorado.edu. CU-Boulder Professor John O’Loughlin led a research team that assessed more than 78,000 armed conflicts between 1980 and 2012 in the Sahel region of Africa – a semi-arid belt just south of the Saharan Desert that spans about 3,000 miles and more than a dozen countries from the..