Real People, Real Climate, Real SolutionsSilhouette of seven children holding hands

February 4 - March 12, 2020

Suzanne and Walter Scott, Jr. Bioengineering Building
Colorado State University
700 Meridian Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80523

Real Changes

The impacts of climate change are becoming more apparent each year as warming temperatures affect other parts of our climate, such as rain and snowfall. Changes in climate are causing sea level to rise. Some areas are becoming more prone to drought and heat waves. Some areas are becoming more prone to intense rainstorms and the flash flooding they can cause. 


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