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Thursday, February 7,2013

Eco-briefs | Greenlandīs ice cores may map future warming

By Boulder Weekly Staff
A study released by a team of international scientists indicates that Greenland’s ice core layers, which date back 100,000 years, may shed light on the future of global warming.
Thursday, January 24,2013

Eco-briefs | Colorado third among top LEED states

The U.S. Green Building Council has announced the top 10 states for new Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certifications in 2012, and Colorado landed third on the per-capita list.
Thursday, January 17,2013

Eco-briefs | Appeal of BLM drilling projects in Wyoming advances in federal court

An administrative judge at the Interior Board of Land Appeals in Wyoming has ruled against a Bureau of Land Management request to dismiss an appeal filed by the Wyoming Wildlife Federation and the National Wildlife Federation.
Thursday, December 27,2012

Eco-briefs | Groundwater contaminated after fracking fluid leak in Canada

An investigation into a fracking fluid leak near Calgary, in Canada, has confirmed groundwater contamination.
Thursday, December 13,2012

Eco-briefs | Greenpeace continues to detox retailers

The presence of toxins in various clothing brands has met its opposition, and it is growing by the thousands. Greenpeace’s Detox campaign, launched in 2011, was created in an effort to get the fashion industry to eradicate toxins from its products by 2020.
Thursday, November 29,2012

Eco-briefs | New bacterium explains symbiosis with insects

By Boulder Weekly Staff
After a 71-year-old Indiana resident impaled his hand on a dead crab apple tree branch two years ago, it became infected with a previously unknown strain of bacterium.
Tuesday, November 27,2012

Eco-briefs | Transformations in ornithology in Sri Lanka

By Adelina Shee
Professor Arjun Guneratne will be presenting a talk on the changes in ornithology, or the study of birds, in Sri Lanka on Nov. 29 at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History.
Thursday, November 15,2012

Eco-briefs | Coffee production could be shaken by climate change

By Boulder Weekly Staff
The world’s most consumed coffee species, Arabica, could be pushed to extinction in the wild in 70 years by the hand of climate change, according to a new study.
Thursday, November 8,2012

Eco-briefs | Colorado Bioneers turns 10

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Bioneers, a gathering of environmental visionaries who offer practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and social issues of our time, will celebrate its 10th year as a Colorado satellite forum Nov. 9-11 at the University of Colorado Boulder campus.
Thursday, November 1,2012

Eco-briefs | Boulder engineer competing for grant to jumpstart water reserve concept

By Boulder Weekly Staff
There are only five finalists left from a field of thousands of competitors in the GQ and Ketel One “A Gentleman’s Call” competition, which is handing out $100,000 to the winning business concept. Tom Rachlin, a 27-year-old engineer from Boulder, is one of the finalists.