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Watching the Colorado Water Conservation Board work for the past five years has been like looking at a firecracker with a slow-burning fuse at either end.
Air toxics near Sunnyside Elementary in Durango (Colo.) School District are below levels of concern (CO)
Final air toxics monitoring report released today, school located within boundaries of Southern Ute Reservation (Denver, Colo. - May 4, 2011) The U.S
TABERNASH, Colo. â€” After crafting a byzantine east-west truce, Colorado water authorities Thursday turned their attention to another looming challenge: storing more mountain water before it flows out of the state.
A major problem in the western United States is the use of public lands for natural gas exploration. Increased natural gas drilling has brought both public support and criticism.
Colorado water authorities this morning will unveil a proposed truce that would shift power away from Denver toward Western Slope communities.
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WASHINGTON -- Climate change is likely to diminish already scarce water supplies in the Western United States, exacerbating problems for millions of water users in...
Y! Green - I once rented a central Denver apartment where the main bedroom had big, old windows overlooking a busy street. It seemed perfect until late Saturday night, when the vehicular traffic and sirens almost drowned out the rowdy pedestrian traffic. Thankfully it was a short-term rental and we got used to the noise.
Climate change could cut water flow in some of the American West's biggest river basins -- including the Rio Grande and the Colorado -- by up to 20 percent this century, the Interior Department reported on Monday.
Whenever folks on the Front Range and the Western Slope can find a piece of common ground on water policy, it's reason to take heart.