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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.
Reuters - 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.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - 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.
CONIFER, Colo. â€” A 40-acre wildfire in the foothills southwest of Denver has forced the evacuations of more than 30 homes. Authorities said Friday the...
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TRINIDAD, Colo. â€” After seeing several months of less than normal precipitation in Las Animas County, the commissioners have asked Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper to declare a drought disaster countywide.
WASHINGTON â€” Colorado ranked second only to Texas in terms of the number of gallons of carcinogen-laced "fracking" fluids used in oil and gas extraction between 2005 and 2009, according to congressional Democrats.
Can the state achieve the same air pollution reduction from a stand-alone roadside auto emission testing program (the roadside testing vans) that it currently achieves through its combined program using stationary testing centers and the roadside testing vans?
Image: Rachel CernanskyAs of yesterday, Coloradoans have a way to recycle packaging items that are not accepted by their curbside collection program. With the support of the city of Denver, Aveda launched its take-back programâ€”the latest step toward its 2020 goal of becoming a zero-waste company. ...Read the full story on TreeHugger
After nearly six years of debate, Colorado officials have released what we find to be a smart plan to block roads on nearly 4.2 million acres of national forest here.