Diana Wall, SoGES director, has traveled since 1989 to Antarctica to study the soil.
On average, ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants use 35 percent less energy, cause 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions, and are less expensive to operate than their peers — all without sacrifices in performance or comfort.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a "hiving," placing honey bees in three newly built hives.
If you notice this spring that campus is buzzing more than usual, that’s likely because of a new commitment to being mindful of bees and other pollinators, their habitat and nutritional needs, and how the campus can play a role.
Eco Leader has collected 10 banners and around 500 bike tubes from across campus and transformed them into products that can then be given back to the community.
A new study found that 19 of the 29 largest cities in the world depend on evaporation from surrounding lands for more than one-third of their water supplies.
The Hillel chapter at Colorado State is one of the first student-run organizations in the country to receive an international recognition known as the Hazon Seal of Sustainability.
Gina McCarthy served in the Obama administration and helped develop the Climate Action Plan, signed the Clean Power Plan, and spurred international efforts to secure the Paris Climate Agreement.
Two Coloradans, including CSU Research Scientist Gillian Bowser, who attended the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, joined Colorado Matters to speak about their experiences in Bonn.