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Greenhouse gases heat up new degree

As industries from agricultural to manufacturing work to confront climate change issues, a new job market is emerging for professionals who can accurately quantify and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of businesses.

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Vaske receives National Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt Award

For his significant contributions and dedication to the field of parks and recreation, CSU Professor Jerry J. Vaske will receive the National Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt Award for Excellence in Recreation and Park Research.

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On a rising tide

Successfully navigating stretches of the longest river in Alaska in a kayak ladened with soil samples and gear was only one of many great achievements by CSU graduate student Katherine Lininger this year.

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CSU goes to bat for threatened species

A CSU program is conducting an inventory of bats in anticipation of the arrival of White Nose Syndrome in Colorado.

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Repairing a riverbank

Want to join a journey to a little piece of heaven in the Rocky Mountains called the banks of the North Fork River? Join us in a day of restoring native vegetation scoured away by last year’s floods.

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Joan Viladomat to speak at CSU

Joan Viladomat, president of PGI and Grandvalira Ski Resort will give a presentation at 3 p.m. Monday Sept. 22 in Behavioral Sciences Building Room A101.

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The gap between science and environmental policy

The science-policy gap refers to the difficulty of turning scientific information into policy and decisions.

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Is global warming being accelerated in the Arctic?

The soils in the Arctic have banked more carbon over thousands of years than the carbon contained in all of the world’s vegetation and the earth’s atmosphere combined.

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GPS, cell phones help protect African elephants

The viral spread of smartphones has jumped a species. African elephants are now also benefiting, thanks to new software algorithms developed by researchers and conservationists.

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Study: More than 100,000 African elephants killed

New research reveals an estimated 100,000 elephants in Africa were killed for their ivory between 2010 and 2012.

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