Nature Almanac: Declining Insect Populations

This month on the Nature Almanac, Scott Severs and Ruth Carol, talk a walk along the East Boulder Trail at White Rocks and talk about the need to track declining insect populations. Image – Bullocks Oriole, courtesy of Steve Jones.  

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Dot Org: Solutions Voyage

Solutions Voyage wants to create a world where the needs of all people are met in harmony with the health of social, ecological, and economic systems. Kate O’Flaherty, Founder and Chair, talks with host Steve Miller about their current project […]

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Getting to Green: Saving Nature: A Bipartisan Solution

“The problem is that the toxic politics around environment has caused the movement to be stalled.” Frederic Rich is a renowned conservation activist and lawyer who says that the divisive and toxic nature of our bipartisan political system has led […]

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The Joanna Macy Center opens at Naropa

“The key is to recognize that feelings of discouragement and despair and outrage even and dread are perfectly normal, so it’s very important that we don’t pathologize those feelings or let them isolate them.” Joanna Macy is a world-wide known […]

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3rd Annual Americas Latino Eco Festival comes to Denver

“Our relatives in Mexico are living through it, so we have direct line, that umbilical chord with our extended family that is really living climate change impacts big time.” Is a multi-cultural environmental festival now in its 3rd year in […]

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Stories of the River: Solution to Scarcity on the Colorado River

Most of the new information being circulated about the Colorado focuses on dwindling flows, record low reservoir levels, vanishing groundwater and deteriorating river ecosystems, however, we ARE seeing successes and solutions in the fight to protect the Colorado. Earlier this […]

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