By Dominic Baca The sun’s out and we just ended the hottest month of the year. Summer in Colorado can seem like paradise with endless activities to dive into, from children swimming in the community pool to outdoor enthusiasts tubing on Clear Creek. But have you ever...read more
Renewable energy provides tremendous benefits to Colorado. Wind and solar employ more than 15,000 Coloradans and bring needed dollars to rural areas. So far, construction and operation of wind power has had an estimated $2.7 billion economic impact on Colorado’s...read more
By Emelie Frojen In August 2015, the Gold King Mine broke loose, sending three million gallons of mining waste gushing down Cement Creek. From there it flowed into the Animas River, through the towns of Silverton and Durango. Then, it continued to the Southern Ute...read more
A Deep Dive Into Our State’s Water Challenges and What to Do About Them The recent record heat, threat of drought, and the full onslaught of summer all have us thinking about our water here in Colorado. Water is incredibly important to our state. In fact, inscribed...read more
When President Trump decided to move our country backwards from our progress on climate change by pulling out of the landmark Paris Climate Agreement, outcry broke out across the country, from the CEOs of energy companies to celebrities to politicians. As...read more
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