Melting Ice Sheet Could Release Frozen Cold War-era Waste

August 4, 2016

Released by Lauren Lipuma (agu.org), Katy Human (colorado.edu), Sandra McLean (yorku.ca), and Kathryn Dunkelman (brown.edu) Climate change could remobilize abandoned hazardous waste thought to be buried forever beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet, new research finds. Camp Century, a US military base built […]




What if Sea Life Can No Longer Breathe?

April 29, 2016

Widespread Loss of Ocean Oxygen to Become Noticeable Around 2030 Deoxygenation Due to Climate Change Threatens Marine Life Joint Release by American Geophysical Union (Lauren Lipuma) and  National Center for Atmospheric Research (David Hosansky and Laura Snider) A drop in the […]




Grants Offered for Environmental Films

April 27, 2016

Sundance Institute Announces Major New Initiatives for Films on Climate Change and the Environment  Released by sundance.org Sundance Institute announced on April 21, 2016, a new initiative for films and emerging media projects exploring stories related to […]




Bill McKibben to Speak in Boulder CO

April 23, 2016

350.org Founder Coming to Naropa University to Discuss the “The Hottest Fight in the Hottest Year” ***POSTPONED per Naropa U message on June 18th*** Released by Bill Rigler, naropa.edu via PR Newswire On April 22, 2016, Naropa University announced […]




Report Shows Climate Change Impact on Water Resources

April 1, 2016

Interior Department Releases Report Underscoring Impacts of Climate Change on Western Water Resources New, interactive basin-by-basin visualization tool also released following World Water Day White House Summit Released by Jessica Kershaw, US DOI Putting the national spotlight […]




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