First, to bring relevant and timely science to bear on policy decisions at the local and state levels. Second, to foster policies that are better suited to address challenges related to climate change, sustainability, technology adoption, and natural resource management in Colorado. Finally, to build and foster a new contingent of scientists in Colorado who are strongly engaged in identifying opportunities and relationships for bringing science into the policy realm.
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Living with Fire Campaign
Did you know 86% of Colorado wildfires in the last ten years have been caused by human ignition sources? Find out more about Colorado’s fire season by reading out fact sheet.
What does energy in Colorado mean?
We think Environmental Issues in Colorado are important
We examine technology issues in Colorado
The Better Know a Colorado District project uses light humor to draw out the critical science-policy-society issues, drivers of the economy, and cultural values in each of the seven (soon-to-be eight!) districts of Colorado. The project features story maps to provide virtual tours of each district, as well as interviews with Colorado’s Congressional representatives.
By Catherine Adams
According to CU Boulder’s Chair of Environmental Studies, Dr. Maxwell Boykoff, students are coming to college more prepared to address modern day environmental challenges than ever before. … Read more