CSTPR Projects Seeking Support

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Drivers of Adaptation in the American West

Drivers of Adaptation in the American West

Led by Professor Lisa Dilling

Despite gains in knowledge and improvements in responding to weather- and climate-related risks, communities continue to experience large economic losses from extreme events. Learn more ...

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Video clip from “Shifting Frontier” trailer. Shifting Frontier

Led by Professor Ben Hale

The Shifting Frontier is a series of twelve short video episodes aimed to highlight the scientific, policy, and human dimensions of regionally important environmental issues, each with a connection to climate change. Learn more ...

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Inside the Greenhouse sponsored a multimedia presentation by James Balog in April 2013.

Inside the Greenhouse (ITG): Building Capacity for Creative Climate Communications

Led by Professor Max Boykoff

Creative framing and storytelling of issues surrounding climate change through video, theatre, dance, and writing can connect a wider audience to the deep and pressing need to address climate change. Learn more ...

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Wildfire Wildfire Management and Mitigation Outreach in the Wildland-Urban Interface: Case Study and Survey Research in the western United States

Led by Professor Deserai Crow

Due to rapid growth in the wildland-urban interface (WUI), the risk to lives and property from wildfires is increasing. Learn more ...

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Inside the Greenhouse sponsored a multimedia presentation by James Balog in April 2013.

Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO)

Led by Professor Max Boykoff

This observatory analyzes traditional/legacy media representations of climate change. At present, the MeCCO team monitors coverage monthly in fifty selected sources globally, and eight country profiles. Learn more ...

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Red Cross/Red Crescent intern, Drew Zackary, working with community members in Uganda.

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship

Led by Professor Max Boykoff

Through collaborations between CSTPR and the Environmental Studies Program, CU-Boulder has partnered with the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre to place graduate students in locations in eastern and southern Africa for approximately three months each summer. Learn more ...

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