Environment

Ralphie’s Green Stampede makes Folsom Field a zero-waste stadium

Folsom Field continues to set standards high nationwide, with CU’s widely successful zero-waste initiative in this year’s football season. Nationally, Folsom Field and the Green Stampede —the program that initiated the zero-waste policy—are leaders in the eco-friendly scene when it comes to sporting events. CU’s Environmental Center and athletic department have completed yet another zero-waste season for Folsom Field, marking the …

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Contaminated Colorado cantaloupe not a concern on campus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported 116 infections due to Listeria from contaminated cantaloupe grown in Colorado in 22 states since the FDA first issued a recall on Sept. 14. The FDA has confirmed that 100 percent of businesses to receive cantaloupes from the contaminated farm are being contacted and they are continuing to review the distribution …

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The politics of climate change

CU is becoming a hosting ground for the discussion of climate change and its prominence in American society. The Center for Environmental Journalism hosted a lecture Thursday evening in Eaton humanities titled, “Climate Change and the 2012 Election: The New Wedge Issue?” to discuss the issue of climate change in the political realm. The lecture featured Washington Post journalist Juliet …

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