Nepal: 9 months after the earthquake

“It is very chaotic, it was so devastated and people can really not imagine that such a thing could happen to the world.” Narayan Shrestha, originally from Nepal, now a businessman in Boulder and the founder of the non-profit Helping […]

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Boulder to Nepal: Helping after the earthquake

“It was like a cloud of dust from the ground going toward the sky…red, red, dust all over. It was such horrifying scenery, many many houses had just collapsed and people were crying and screaming.” Narayan Shrestha is a Boulder […]

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Earthquake in Nepal

“I think the country is filled with the gentlest and kindest people I’ve ever met in my life and that’s why the whole thing is so shocking and so harrowing when I heard about it because it just seemed unfair […]

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CU researcher on earthquake in Nepal

“In some ways the response is mobilizing very quickly but in other ways it’s painfully slow.” Dr.Courtney Welton-Mitchell is the director of the Humanitarian Assistance Applied Research Group through the Josef Korbel School of International Studies (JKSIS) at the University […]

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Study of Seismology and Fracking in Greeley

An earthquake occurred in Greeley for the first time in more than forty years last month.  Seismologists are taking a close look at whether the oil and gas activity, and waste water injection in the area is a contributing factor. […]

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