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CU Athletics wants water back in the Colorado

Every year the University of Colorado Boulder athletic department, CU Athletics, uses 12 million gallons of water in the locker rooms, keeping the fields...

New NCAR exhibit focuses on solutions

It’s a warm and breezy summer morning atop the hill at the west end of Table Mesa Drive, hikers set off from a popular...

Light pollution; Fracking regs shut down

Night sky becomes light sky A new map of the sky reveals that light pollution is so prevalent, most Americans can’t see the Milky...

New exhibit plants viewers in the world of seeds

Environmental concerns have been ingrained in multimedia artist Sybille Palmer since she was 10 years old. Palmer spent her teenage years in Leverkusen, Germany,...

Pollination and pollution

High temps interfere with pollination Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem looked into the effect temperature has on floral smells, a method flowers use...

Summer food drive and concert series

Conscious Alliance has a simple slogan: “Art that Feeds.” With the help of bands, music venues and concertgoers, the Boulder-based nonprofit provides hunger relief...

Dark undercurrents of consumer culture

There is an element of concealment in the installation art show Material Nature by Katie Caron, on exhibition at Longmont’s Firehouse Art Center, a...

U.S. ivory laws; Aerial seed bombing

Most ivory sales now illegal in United States  On June 2 President Obama signed a measure introduced by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) that...

Local nonprofit provides clean water in Malawi

Sitting in class, studying for a bachelors’ degree in business at the University of Kansas, Heidi Rickels felt her heart beating faster every time...

Untapped potential: Boulder’s Food Waste Audit

Food retailers in Boulder, like most eateries in most cities around America, are in desperate need of education on the subject of food donation. A...

Poor water grade

A report released by Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA) found that with outdated records and a lack of monitoring stations, Colorado, as well...

NPR’s ‘Going There’ covers Colorado’s water issue

In the digital age, journalism can get lazy. With internet sources and phone interviews, Skype and file-sharing, investigating a story can be done from...
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