We’re watching those out-of-control wildfires raging in California with horror, sorrow and a lot of empathy. Our hearts go out of the thousands of people watching their homes go up in flames. This drone footage posted by the Washington Post yesterday conveys the total devastation that wildfires can bring. Sadly, Western US wildfires have … Read moreWestern Wildfires and Climate Change
“Clean car standards are one of the quickest, most effective and easiest ways to help us get on the right track to carbon-free transportation and a safer, healthier climate.” By Garrett Garner-Wells, Paul Guzyk and Luke Walch Boulder Daily Camera 10/03/2017 What if we told you there’s a five-year-old who is on the front lines … Read moreOur best climate program is under attack
The alpine Niwot Ridge research site, about 21 miles west of Boulder, is one of about 100 NOAA sites around the globe that tracks carbon dioxide levels. The Colorado data is one of the longest sets, stretching back 50 years. Grace Hood/CPR News For decades, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has depended on a … Read moreBoulder’s Climate Researchers Wary Of White House Budget, Paris Accord Exit
How often have you cringed when you heard an airline pilot or flight attendant come on the P.A. system to inform you that there was turbulence in the air? Turns out those announcements may become more commonplace, because of climate change. A study from England’s University of Reading finds turbulence could get two or three times worse if carbon dioxide … Read moreTalking Colorado Climate Change: Rising Temps, Shorter Ski Seasons And Possibly More Air Turbulence
The United States may be backing out of the Paris climate accord, but at least nine mayors in Colorado have pledged to uphold the deal. Collectively, the mayors from these cities — Denver, Aspen, Boulder, Breckenridge, Edgewater, Lafayette, Lakewood, Longmont and Vail — represent more than a million people in the state. But what does it mean for a city … Read moreHow Will The U.S. Climate Change Withdrawal Impact Colorado?
It’s time to put the blame for mining pollution where it belongs – on the mining industry, not EPA.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provides broad-ranging benefits to all Americans. The EPA ensures that our water is clean, our air is breathable, and that our communities are protected from toxic hazards and the impacts of climate change. The EPA coordinates with state and local governments, businesses, and other stakeholders to provide services through … Read moreHow EPA Benefits Colorado: Talking Points from Rocky Mountain Audubon Chapter