Price is right for some older electric vehicles, but they come with early-model faults: range anxiety, unknown battery life -- and no tax credits
Trump’s “energy dominance” agenda arrives in Colorado with BLM’s plan to sell oil and gas leases across record-sized swath of ColoradoBy Jason Blevins Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado was ready for California to join states with outdoor recreation offices, but its governor just vetoed itBy Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s largest recycling company — finally — will be able to recycle Starbucks and other coffee cupsBy Tamara Chuang Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Recycling can be a hard sell in rural Colorado. That hasn’t discouraged a resourceful nonprofit effort in tiny Swink.
Clean Valley Recycling started small, but now serves three towns with curbside service and collects everything from books to building materials — all from an old sugar plant
The state has 190 closed landfills and produces increasingly more waste each year. We’re not out of room, but that’s not the point.
Rural southeast Colorado loved its landfills. After a health department deal, some will finally close
Rooted in small-town independence, the operations were a low priority for understaffed health inspectors. Faced with new concerns about groundwater, four of five will shut down in Baca County alone.
Rep. Ken Buck, a Republican, remains the only Colorado delegate to not express support for reauthorization of the massive fund, marking a rare alignment of Colorado’s diverse D.C. delegation.
Interior Department says Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge public opening will be delayed, then quickly says it won’t
After a note from Jared Polis about plutonium testing, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke initially said the refuge opening would be delayed
How the Southwest’s drought has led to a record-breaking increase in invasive mussels on boats coming into Colorado
Lake Powell’s low water levels have given invasive mussels an easier way to latch onto boats and hitchhike into Colorado
The outdoor industry chose Colorado as one of four states to plant a flag in the 2018 election
Aspen Skiing Co. takes leap in its political activism by targeting 3 Republican U.S. senators in new ad campaign
The glitzy resort has been active politically behind the scenes for years, but dives into partisan politics with this new effort -- and is risking alienating customers
Colorado is due for a new state park, but officials hope it won’t take 27 years to develop like the last one
Emboldened by legislation that OK’d increases to fees and licenses, Colorado Parks and Wildlife begins new park planning with access, funding and partnerships on its mind