Engineering alums with CSU Facilities are tasked with keeping high-quality drinking water available during the COVID-19 pandemic, while most buildings are sparsely populated or completely unoccupied.
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Amy Smith, senior director for CSU Online, traveled to Southeast Asia to present at a seminar of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers-Air Movement and Control Association.
Wind energy developments in Colorado are helping propel the nation’s agriculture sector forward into clean energy. A recent report from the Center for the New Energy Economy shows the benefits and potential savings for farmers.
A new study has concluded that methane leaks from natural gas sites are 60 percent higher than estimates by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Producing and transporting natural gas releases methane, a greenhouse gas that also contributes to climate change. How big is the methane problem?
A new study published in the journal Science finds that methane emissions from U.S. oil and gas operations are 60 percent higher than previous estimates from the federal government.
Smoke from wildfires burning across the state is visible along the Front Range and it could be affecting your health. A team of CSU researchers is launching a new project to study the impact.
The emergence of stronger and rainier thunderstorms that are able to quickly spawn tornadoes is posing problems for meteorologists.