The permitting process needs reform, and it can be simplified while maintaining environmental and community protections.
No one should be expected to drink, or bathe in, the water pouring out of the taps in the Apple Tree Park mobile home park.
Continued investment in gas distribution delays the transition to clean power, and continues to harm the health of Colorado’s low-income communities.
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
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.
People in Pueblo are at the forefront of an emerging partnership between activists, conservationists and a newly created state unit to quantify environmental justice hotspots in Colorado communities and the toxic pollutants that bedevil them.
Environmental advocates cheer overturn of controversial 2020 decision that wrote off the urban waters as too polluted for saving
Particles in air from traffic and industry slash good bacteria and risk inflammatory disease, CU Boulder researchers say in a look at Los Angeles infants
Colorado pollution regulators now say they won’t finish long-anticipated clean truck rules until 2023, prompting cries of betrayal by environmental groups that say acting now is vital to cutting greenhouse gas and ozone-causing emissions that harm impacted communities. Key groups included by law in energy transition rulemaking said they’d been assured the rules for cleaning […]
The time is now. Last summer, Coloradans experienced the three largest wildfires in our state’s history, which destroyed homes, businesses, and livelihoods. Our families were told to shelter in place as dangerous air quality plagued our skies. All of this happened in the midst of a deadly virus that makes it harder to breathe. By […]