The year 2016 will go down in history for the results of the presidential election — which, as we noted, are “challenging” for those of us who care about climate change, public lands, and water. But that doesn’t mean we didn’t have major progress towards conservation...read more
Editor’s Note: For the past two years, Conservation Colorado has participated in the Community Solutions Program. The program contributes to the professional development of fellows from around the world by placing them with U.S organizations working to bring change in...read more
If one takes Donald Trump’s words at face value, admittedly a dicey proposition, his administration and the anti-conservation majority in the U.S. Congress are likely to launch a volley of assaults on Colorado’s land, water, and climate. And yet, as the state’s...read more
Climate change and rising temperatures don’t simply mean you need to get a nicer air conditioner. They also have major implications for public health. Research has shown myriad ways climate change will provide challenges for Coloradans staying healthy and safe. For...read more
This is part 3 of our mini blog series on how climate change affects our favorite parts of Colorado. Read the introductory blog here. Also check out Part 1: Climate Change and Colorado’s Wildlife and Part 2: Climate Change and Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Economy. As...read more
Until last year, Volkswagen was perhaps best known for beetle cars and hippie vans. But in September of 2015, Volkswagen saw a storm of negative attention when the U.S. government found out VW had produced cars that cheated in emissions tests. In the end, Volkswagen...read more
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