Stacy Imler, left, of Atlanta, laughs as she buys a reusable tumbler sold to raise funds for POW -- Protect Our Winters -- during a happy hour held in collaboration with Patagonia on the floor of Outdoor Retailer on Jan. 30, 2020 in Denver. Serving Imler are POW volunteers Emma Kokenge, center right, and Adam Drewry, right, both of California. (Andy Colwell, Special to the Colorado Sun)

Mountain athletes push progress over perfection in climate fight

Protect Our Winters’ embrace of “imperfect advocacy” is designed to motivate large-scale action on climate change. “We can’t afford to have anyone be silent right now," said athlete Caroline Gleich.

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Work to reduce wildfire risks in Colorado, other Western states has economic benefits, report says

In New Mexico, Colorado and other parts of the American West, officials persistently warn that hotter, drier conditions are ingredients for more intense fires

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Hickenlooper has likely secured his spot on the U.S. Senate primary ballot. But will the Democratic base embrace him?

John Hickenlooper, in addition to petitioning onto the ballot, is also going through Colorado’s caucus process. That could reveal how the Democratic Party is feeling about his candidacy.