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Please Join us Friday 2/19 as CNEE Assistant Director, Dr. Suzanne Tegen, Facilitates the Colorado Discussion About the Future of Hydraulic Fracturing.

Join the Colorado Local Science Engagement Network on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 1:00-3:00 PM MST for a discussion on the future of hydraulic fracturing in the United States and Colorado. Our two-part discussion will feature scientific experts and decision-makers, each of whom will share a unique perspective on the economic, environmental, human health, and community considerations of hydraulic fracturing [...]


CNEE Releases “Craig, Colorado: Coal Town in Transition” Video Series

The Center for the New Energy Economy today released a video series — Craig, Colorado, Coal Town in Transition —that provides an up-close look at a rural, Colorado town facing an economic transition away from coal. The four-part micro-documentary series is designed to spark conversations and increase understanding across the urban-rural divide by illustrating the [...]


International Symposium: A Burning World

Join Governor Ritter and other panelists at Colorado State University's Virtual International Symposium. Register for the webinar on Feb 24, 2021 12:00 PM Mountain Time A Burning World Climate change is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid or deny. It has become part of daily life for too many people on every continent. During the past [...]


Governor Ritter Discusses President-Elect Joe Biden’s Climate Plan

Biden plans to fight climate change in a way no U.S. president has done before Managing climate change requires a systems approach, with strategic coordination across all sectors. Elenabs via Getty Images Bill Ritter Jr., Colorado State University Joe Biden is preparing to deal with climate change in a way no U.S. president has done [...]


CSU (CNEE) Report Finds States Enacted More Than 3,500 Energy Bills Between 2013-2019

Colorado Politics Reports on CNEE's Seven Years of Advanced Energy Action 2013-2019 State Legislation in Review "A new report from the Colorado State University's Center for the New Energy Economy has found that shifts in public opinion about the climate as well as changes within energy markets have influenced state legislatures’ energy policies since 2013." [...]