climate crisis If Healthy, Mountain Meadows Can Be Big Carbon Sinks, Study Shows By Noah Glick • Nov 13, 2020 Cody Reed Researchers have found that it’s not just forests on the landscape that can help mitigate climate change. Meadows also provide an efficient way to keep carbon out of the atmosphere. As Wildfires Become More Unpredictable, Fire Modelers Work To Catch Up By Madelyn Beck • Oct 11, 2020 Firefighters have long studied how fires behave to figure out where they’re going and how to keep people safe. But wildfires are becoming more unpredictable. Listen Listening... / Climate Change Will Drive Up Violent Crime Rates, Study Finds By Ali Budner • Jan 15, 2020 The United States could see tens of thousands more violent crimes per year as climate change causes warmer winters, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Merging Western Science With Native Knowledge To Combat Climate Change By Noah Glick • Nov 4, 2019 DRI / Native Waters on Arid Lands The climate crisis is threatening traditional ways of life throughout Indian Country. Now, tribal leaders and scientists are working together to help reservations become more climate resilient. Extinction Rebellion's Climate Protests Pop Up In The Mountain West By Ali Budner • Oct 7, 2019 A radical environmental movement that originated in the UK is now going international, with several chapters in the Mountain West.