White-nose syndrome found in a Yuma bat species near La Junta, as state officials warn of spread that has severely damaged populations elsewhere.
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Colorado greenlights California-style clean trucks mandate in air pollution fight
Dealers must add clean electric medium and heavy trucks for ‘27 model year, and switch to low-NOx scores in fossil fuel engines
EPA fines natural gas companies in Colorado, the West $9 million for ozone-causing leaks
Penalties also require new equipment to stop emissions at gas-gathering sites in joint enforcement crackdown with state
Colorado judge rebukes state for air pollution permits backlog as the overdue list grows
The Front Range ozone season, meanwhile, gets an early April start as clean air advocates win more legal battles but remain frustrated
Denver, state using speedy solar permitting apps to quicken clean energy transition
The National Renewable Energy Lab wrote software to cut the review period for a rooftop solar permit by 30 days. State plans $1 million in grants for more to adopt the app.
Suncor released dangerous sulfur dioxide in Commerce City, state says
But notice to public didn’t arrive until well after the harmful chemical spike was gone
Why a Colorado switch to cleaner heavy trucks faces big roadblocks
State air commission will vote to copy California’s clean trucks mandate, but the trucking industry says no one is ready.
Colorado planned to lease state land to Utah power company for a natural gas plant. Then protests surfaced.
Deseret Power seeks Colorado public land near Rangely for a 50 megawatt generating station, but green groups are attacking the idea of more subsidized fossil fuel burning
Colorado lawmakers moving forward with tougher ozone air pollution bill
Coalition says Gov. Polis’ recent directives don’t go far enough to combat the toxic Front Range gas
Four Colorado mountain lions died from avian flu, but mammal crossover has slowed
Bobcats, skunks, foxes and a bear have all died of the bird disease, but state wildlife officials say trends are better now