CSU prof contributed to national climate change report

A Colorado State University anthropology professor served on a national task force that recently concluded in a sweeping report that addressing climate change requires more than the hard sciences — it requires altering the social institutions and cultural habits that cause it in the first place.

Give soils their due

Submitted to Science Magazine by Diana Wall and Johan Six

ClimateWire: Climate change may create a Wild West that cowboys wouldn't recognize, Colo. researchers report

The environmental and economic impacts extreme weather is having on the nation's coastlines are well-trodden ground for researchers, but rising temperatures present a pernicious threat to mountain states, too, as a new report from Colorado illustrates.

Anthropologists Release Statement on Humanity and Climate Change

The American Anthropological Association (AAA) adopted a strong and clear statement on Humanity and Climate Change on January 29, 2015. The statement, based on the final report of the Association’s Global Climate Change Task Force, reveals eight ways for anthropologists attack the problems of climate change from an anthropological perspective.

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Partnership brings public health, sustainability research closer together

CSU Source story by Kate Jerackie.

Scientists around the world have been studying the connections between human health and environmental sustainability for more than 20 years.

Colorado State University has taken the next step in addressing these major challenges with a formal partnership between its School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) and the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH) at CSU. The focus of the partnership between the schools will be on Global Environmental Change and Public Health.


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