Feds deliver $5 million expansion money to Aurora’s Prairie Waters project, which they call key to the future of an increasingly dry West
Opinion: When Denver temperatures plunged below zero, my heat pump kept my home at 70
Advances in technology have created heat pumps that can withstand an Arctic blast, at less operating cost than natural gas.
Opinion: Is the Mountain Collab serious about climate change?
It sounds good on the surface, but is short on detail and feels more like public relations than meaningful policy.
Colorado lawmakers want to eliminate all carbon emissions by 2050, offer tax credits on clean lawn equipment
Senate Bill 16 would set new greenhouse gas reduction goals of 65% from 2005 benchmark levels by 2035, 80% by 2040, 90% by 2045 and 100% in 2050
Billion-dollar climate disasters rise with drought in Colorado, the American West
NOAA report details growing total of weather and climate chaos biting deep into U.S. economy
UN report presented in Denver shows ozone layer slowly healing, hole to mend by 2066
The ozone won’t return to 1980 pre-thinning levels until about 2040, the report said. And it won’t be back to normal in the Arctic until 2045.
Opinion: Climate change is the most critical business issue ski resorts face
Our 4 resort companies will speak with one voice to reduce climate and environmental degradation.
Fossil fuel opponents lose first bid to ban natural gas in new Denver homes
Activists and planners still praise new city building codes as progressive, green friendly
Opinion: As global temperatures rise, those who stand to lose the most are those who have the least
CU convenes a dialog about the link between climate change and human rights.
Working group will begin exploring rules for controlling the cumulative impacts of oil and gas drilling in Colorado
Regulators reacted to the appeal of 6 environmental groups that say data for individual drilling projects isn’t helping solve Colorado’s regional pollution problems