How to travel sustainably in summer 2022

Nearly nine in 10 Americans are expecting to travel this summer. Eight in ten plan to travel in their personal vehicles and 46 percent plan to fly. With tourism being responsible for roughly eight percent of the world’s carbon emissions, tourists traveling this summer can rely on some tips to travel more sustainably.

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Remembering Dr. Nina Roberts – HDNR Alumna

We mourn for and celebrate HDNR Alumna Nina Roberts (Ph.D. – 2003), who passed on March 28th surrounded by friends and family. She peacefully transitioned after a courageous 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer.  She made a lasting impact on many of the faculty who currently teach in HDNR and many more across the field of Human Dimensions of Wildlife and Conservation.

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Honoring the life of Chancellor Emeritus Joe Blake

Joe Blake, chancellor emeritus of the CSU System and long-time advocate for higher education in Colorado, passed away Tuesday at the age of 86. In his emeritus role, the former chancellor remained a champion of CSU’s land-grant mission in Colorado community engagement, economic development, and higher-education access and opportunities for students, including as chair of CSU’s Master of Tourism Management program.

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