Eco-Briefs

Eco-briefs | Religious organization commits to divesting from fossil fuel companies

Religious organization commits to divesting from fossil fuel companies...

Eco-briefs | City to hand out free reuseable bags ahead of...

CITY TO HAND OUT FREE REUSABLE BAGS AHEAD OF FEE...

Eco-briefs | Increase in dust storms could cause problems for soil,...

A study led by the University of Colorado Boulder found that the amount of dust blown across the West has increased since 1994...

Eco-briefs | Road-tripping to raise awareness for wild lands

ROAD-TRIPPING TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR WILD LANDS...

Eco-briefs | Xcel Energy: Turn dead trees into a power source

XCEL ENERGY: TURN DEAD TREES INTO A POWER SOURCE...

Eco-briefs | Study measures sea rise caused by glaciers, ice sheets

As the world’s glaciers melt, the runoff contributes as much to sea rise as melting ice sheets, according to a study led by Clark University in Worcester, Mass., and the University of Colorado Boulder...

Eco-briefs | City offers events on water and weeds

The City of Boulder is holding two events on May 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the East Boulder Community Center, 5660 Sioux Drive, to cover some summer concerns: water restrictions and a noxious weed eradication program...

Eco-briefs | The Second Kitchen food co-op plans to expand on...

The Second Kitchen Food Buying Coop, which was created two years ago by three University of Colorado students, has outgrown its current location at 1076 Grant Place and announced plans to try to move to a bigger space. The co-op is trying to raise enough money by ...

Eco-briefs | Breweries unite with nonprofit to promote awareness of water...

The Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC), a nonprofit environmental advocacy group, is joining forces with more than 20 craft breweries to campaign for clean water...

Eco-briefs | Fuel scandal sends Texas man to prison

Jeffrey David Gunselman of Texas has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison after admitting to defrauding the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by acting as a business owner of a bio-diesel fuel production company in order to generate renewable fuel credits...

Eco-briefs | ‘Chasing Ice’ filmmaker to discuss and debut footage at...

Boulder-based photographer James Balog will discuss his work, which captures the effects of climate change on glaciers around the world, at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 1, at the University of Colorado’s Macky Auditorium...
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