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Posts Tagged ‘election 2012’

How Effective Has the Climate Action Tax Been?

How Effective Has the Climate Action Tax Been?

graph courtesy City of Boulder At a PLAN-Boulder County forum on Friday, October 19, Jonathan Koehn, Regional Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Boulder, asserted that the Climate Action Plan (CAP) tax has allowed Boulder to avoid [...]

How Do We Revive Our Democracy?

How Do We Revive Our Democracy?

The Boulder County League of Women Voters is a co-sponsor and financial supporter of the free program, 'How We Revive Our Democracy' that will take place October 2, 2012, from 6:30 to 9:30 P.M. at the University of Colorado, Boulder Humanities [...]

CU Boulder Student Featured in DNC Video

CU Boulder Student Featured in DNC Video

CU student Ryan Case presents his story to the 2012 Democratic National Convention in this video: Here's a link to the video for Blue Line email subscribers.

The Atlantic Cities | The Anti-Environmentalist Roots of the Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory

The Atlantic Cities | The Anti-Environmentalist Roots of the Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory

"When Fort Collins, Colorado, was looking to replace its system of private garbage collectors with a municipal system, numerous voices decried the influence of the UN’s tentacles in municipal waste disposal." Read the entire article at the [...]

Obama at CU

Obama at CU

"We only paid off our student debt eight years ago. Think about that—I’m the President of the United States.” With that statement and others President Barack Obama brought laughs, yells, and awed silences to the thousands gathered at the Coors [...]

Obama Youth Summit at CU

Obama Youth Summit at CU

The Obama campaign returned to the CU campus last night at the “Greater Together Youth Summit.” Back in 2008, Michelle Obama spoke on Farrand Field on behalf of her husband. This time around CU was selected as one of 12 universities across the [...]

The Atlantic Wire | Heads in the Sand

The Atlantic Wire | Heads in the Sand

"Over the past year, GOP politicians have increasingly questioned or flatly denied the established science of climate change. As the presidential primaries heat up, the leading candidates have either denied the verdict of climate scientists or [...]

TPM2012 | Jon Huntsman’s Climate Change Flip Flop Explained

TPM2012 | Jon Huntsman’s Climate Change Flip Flop Explained

"Huntsman went today from the candidate who attacked others for rejecting climate science to joining with them in the conspiracy theories about falsified science and the extremist view that the jury’s still out on whether or not climate change is [...]