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Environmental News FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Kansas City, Kan., Jan. 21, 2011) - EPA officials today hosted a meeting with the directors of state agriculture departments of Iowa, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming
Photo: Tim Lenz under a Creative Commons license.In a series of rescue operations in the past few months, Animal Defenders International (ADI), an animal protection group, and Bolivian authorities have freed 25 lions from circuses throughout the South American country. The removals of the lions from the circuses were in accordance with Bolvia's Law 4040, signed last January by President Evo Mor...
Two area lawmakers are among the sponsors of proposed legislation introduced Thursday that would ease the process for and expand the length of leasing agricultural water from Southern Colorado to urban centers.
Colorado environmental groups say they're focusing their efforts on jobs and the economy this year.
For generations my family has ranched in northwest Colorado, raising cattle and producing crops. Our lives would of course be much different if not for one critical resource: clean, plentiful water.
A new solar thermal system developed by Cool Energy will bring heat, hot water, and electricity to homes in Boulder, Colo., over the next few months.
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Interior Secretary and former Colorado Senator Ken Salazar this week vowed to 'fully consider' congressional input as his department decides whether to toughen oversight over...
Republicans, back in control of the Colorado House after six years out of power, on Wednesday unveiled a slew of legislation reflecting priorities ranging from restoring tax breaks for agriculture and scaling back health care for the poor to subsidizing private school tuition.
Y! Green - Technicians from Namaste Solar Electric install a new system in Colorado. (Photo: Courtesy of Namaste Solar Electric)