climate change

Carman: How the coal-fired Grinch stole Christmas

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Cory Gardner’s science award led some to cry foul over climate change. Here’s why that’s notable for 2020.

Colorado's Republican senator says he believes climate change is real and caused by humans, but environmental groups say his voting record suggests otherwise

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Drought has revealed for the first time a Colorado town flooded to build a reservoir. And scientists expect to see it again.

All of the town of Iola has been revealed for the first time since it was inundated in 1966, but water experts say they expect it to happen again and again as the effects of climate change worsen

Michael Bennet: Congress needs bipartisan strategy as Trump doubles down against climate science

National Climate Assessment "not warnings of a political fringe," Sen. Bennet says

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A Crested Butte adventurer is skiing to the South Pole like ice is an endangered species

Eric Larsen could break the speed record for 700-plus mile journey, but he hopes the adventure will amplify discussion of climate change, melting polar ice caps

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The final governor’s race debate set the stakes for the election. Here’s three things we learned.

Republican Walker Stapleton and Democrat Jared Polis faced off on television for a final time Tuesday before Election Day.

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Climate change could double the cost of beer. We are not kidding.

U.S. brewers relatively safe because so much barley is grown here, but in periods of extreme heat and drought, Irish consumers could see $20 added to the price of a six-pack.

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Colorado native studying the economics of climate change shares Nobel Prize

Paul Romer, son of former Gov. Roy Romer, won for studying the way innovation drives prosperity. He said Monday the research gives him hope that people can solve even a problem as difficult as a warming planet.