Climate scientists Scott Denning of Colorado State University and Jim White of the University of Colorado Boulder discuss some of the climate change issues facing Colorado.
Colorado Climate Change
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Since the 1970s, Billy Barr has measured the snow, weather, and first appearance of animals outside his door. The data has helped scientists show the effects of climate change.
Unlike other seed laboratories, which search for a more productive food web, CSU's lab has another purpose: To study how U.S. wild plant species adapt to climate change.
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Experts say buildings consume more energy than transportation.
It has been a common belief that low-emissions vehicles, like hybrids and electric cars, are more expensive than other choices. But researchers at MIT have found otherwise.
Temperatures in Colorado rose by about 2 degrees between 1977 and 2006. They’re projected to go up another 4 degrees by mid-century.
We’ve been asking for your thoughts on climate change in Colorado -- and you delivered with more than 90 responses.
State Sen. Kevin Lundberg says too much attention is being paid to climate change. CSU professor Scott Denning argues it is one of the most important concerns of the day.