going green isn’t a competition In the era of cancel culture, reusable straws, and Greta Thunberg, people are more hyper-aware of their carbon footprint than ever. Mass-produced, reusable alternatives to single-use plastics have flooded the market, from metal straws to reusable sandwich bags. The market
A message to Sen. Gardner Ten activists from Environment Colorado and Conservation Colorado joined forces in fighting climate change, gathering on the steps outside of Sen. Cory Gardner’s Denver office on Friday, Oct. 8. The group, which included several CU Denver students, had convened to
Campus embraces the environment Spring has finally emerged on Auraria, inviting students outside to enjoy the sunshine and flowers blooming all over campus. The Earth Week Festival, which ran on April 24 and 25, couldn’t have come at a better time. What better way to
Polis’ plans for the future Jared Polis, the first openly gay governor of Colorado, gave his first State of the State Address on Jan. 10. In the address, Polis’ first proposal was his plan for free all-day kindergarten as an opportunity to put education first.
Program mixes environmental protection with cultural diversity CU Denver’s science department just announced a new certificate program called the Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands (ESIL), the first of its kind. The certificate program offers training, internships, and job placement for students passionate about environmental protection