$5 million in state grants for clean energy projects might help
Nine different techniques for getting PFAS out of toxic dirt will be tested next year at Schriever Space Force Base near Colorado Springs
The world’s hunger for molybdenum keeps the Climax mine running 24/7 — even after more than a century of extraction
Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Chaffee County commissioners help fund removal of the dam that has threatened river runners, fish habitat for nearly 60 years.
Douglas County has created a new water planning group to help it grapple with future water insecurity, but some selected appointees are raising questions for local water providers.
To meet ambitious 50% reduction by 2030 requires tougher limits on fossil fuels, more free transit and denser land planning.
The Nature Conservancy, Trust for Public Land and Palmer Land Conservancy announce a multiyear partnership to conserve open space and “sustain the military”
A draft bill aims to prohibit new installations of grass that sucks up too much water. It’s the latest action in a growing conservation movement in arid Colorado.
The state’s share of the 10-year, $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure act has mostly gone to water resources and scientific innovation
Colorado water experts say the federal proposal to cut Lower Basin water use is a start, but dry winters in the next three years could send the river back to the brink of a crisis.