Old iPhones get ready to be recycled after consumers toss them because of broken screens or dead batteries. The Right to Repair movement wants manufacturers to make it easier to repair tech gadgets so consumers don't feel the only option is to upgrade. (Tamara Chuang, The Colorado Sun)

Consumer gadgets are getting harder to fix and that’s creating a disposable culture

CoPIRG and other advocates for ‘Right to Repair’ want to make it easier and affordable for Coloradans to get tech devices repaired

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A Colorado author’s “dream trip” to the Amazon rain forest inspired “Tree of Dreams”

For Laura Resau, seeing the landscape and learning about the culture of indigenous people led to plans for artistic collaboration -- including one that soon will come to fruition

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Flown into the heart of the Amazon rain forest, a party of travelers has second thoughts

Laura Resau's layered work of juvenile literature combines mysticism, hard truths about the destruction of the rain forest and its indigenous people -- and chocolate