Posted inClimate

VIDEO: The future of the Colorado River and what that means for our state

Colorado Sun water reporter Chris Outcalt talked to water experts about the challenges that exist for Colorado and managing the use of the river going forward and more. Panelists included: Rebecca Mitchell – Colorado River Commissioner Director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board Andy Mueller – General Manager of the Colorado River District Paul Bruchez […]

Posted inEconomy, Housing, News

VIDEO: Solutions to the Affordable Housing Crisis

From the mountains to the cities to the plains, Colorado is dealing with an affordable housing crisis. Colorado Sun reporters Tatiana Flowers and Jennifer Brown talked with experts to learn what’s working and what isn’t when it comes to creating affordable housing options. We’ll talk zoning, public-private partnerships and government incentives. Panelists included Brian Connolly, […]

Posted inEvents, News, Transportation

WATCH: Fixing Colorado’s mountain lifeline — dreams for a better I-70

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) director Shoshana Lew, mountain community leaders and environmental advocates will pitch in on plans to solve the Floyd Hill pinch, what climate change means for fire evacuation in mountain communities, and whether we will ever get that mountain train on the way to cutting pollution, in a forum led by […]

Posted inEducation, Events, News

WATCH: Misinformation vs. The Machine — Tumultuous topics in the classroom

Part two: Tumultuous Topics on the Classroom will focus on looking at current events in the classrooms and how teachers can strategically approach these issues in politically polarized times. The event series is open to anyone interested about learning about the topics, helping others learn about fact vs. fiction. Information shared during the three-part series […]