Inspiration in Dark Times

Fight like your world depends on it. Because your world depends on it. - An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power If you haven't yet seen  An Inconvenient Sequel-Truth to Power hustle your buns out to the the movies this weekend. It's now showing in mainstream theaters across the country.  I found this film to be powerful, …

Summertime – and the climate is heating

Denver may see a month of 100-degree days by 2080. It's early June and temperatures in Denver are already in the mid-90s. Climate modeling predicts a lot more of those days to come. Today's Denverite has a good piece about summertime getting hotter and what Denver and the State of Colorado are doing - and …

Boulder’s Climate Researchers Wary Of White House Budget, Paris Accord Exit

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 …

Talking Colorado Climate Change: Rising Temps, Shorter Ski Seasons And Possibly More Air Turbulence

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 …

How Will The U.S. Climate Change Withdrawal Impact Colorado?

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 …

The Earth Warms While Trump Ignores Science: A letter from 777 EPA Alums.

 April 27, 2017 To Our Elected Leaders at All Levels of Government - As former employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, we know that science is at the heart of the bipartisan progress our nation has made toward protecting public health and the environment. Americans enjoy cleaner air, water and land today because for …