While many resorts are focused on reducing their emissions, others are going much further, leveraging their influence to shift public opinion and pass legislation.
Feds spend $2.4 million on cloud seeding for Colorado River
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation granted $2.4 million Thursday for cloud seeding in the Upper Colorado River Basin.
Polis orders Colorado regulators to set new rules for oil and gas industry to sharply cut ozone by 2030
The governor’s directive also orders the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to redouble efforts to consider health and the environment
Regulation falls short of protecting north Denver residents from Suncor refinery, nonprofit research finds
Cultivando, an Adams County environmental nonprofit advocating for Latino communities, released the results of their yearlong air monitoring program and called for stricter industry regulations
Suncor will finally reopen after a 3-month closure. But will anything change for its neighbors?
Gas prices that rose when Colorado’s only petroleum refinery closed are expected to drop. But residents who’ve dealt with Suncor’s pollution for decades aren’t so thrilled — and they have a plan.
What do the EPA’s new drinking water limits for PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” mean for Colorado?
Fed agency issues long-awaited mandatory drinking water caps for the toxic chemical. What should water agencies and consumers do?
Colorado’s healthy snowpack promises to offer some relief for strained water supplies
Colorado’s statewide snowpack is above average weeks ahead of normal seasonal peak
Xcel Energy will cut Colorado bills again in April as natural gas costs continue to fall
While the state’s largest utility is under fire for unsustainable energy bills hitting consumers late in 2022, Xcel has also cut gas costs four times in six months.
A Louisville family begins construction on a new home where the Marshall fire destroyed their last one
Louie Delaware and his family said their idea to build a new “living in place home” helps soften the blow of what they lost in the 2021 fire.
How some Coloradans could shave up to $19,000 off a new electric vehicle later this year
A state credit for income-qualified new and used EV buyers to trade in older gas cars will add up to $6,000 to existing lucrative discounts to push electrification