A Colorado state senator sees a new opening in conservative circles for ideas to decarbonize the state’s economy at an even more brisk pace.
Parallel studies for Colorado’s Eagle and Summit counties show a worst-case scenario of extreme heating in the 21st century if global emission cannot be tamed.
Declining levels in Lake Powell pose difficult choices, including whether to let farms and ranches dry up to maintain reservoir levels.
Colorado State Rep. Tracey Bernett in her first session was deeply engaged in transformative energy legislation. In this essay she explains what drives her.
An agreement has delivered the first $1 million for work to address impacts of a new transmountain diversion from the climate-stressed Colorado River headwaters.
Carbon farming can deliver income to farmers, but rules are needed to ensure they deliver what they are paid for, say Colorado State University researchers.
Why East Troublesome was Colorado’s most disturbing fire in 2020. And how the briskly warming climate may put Vail, Aspen and others in the paths of megafires.
Get going, says Gina McCarthy, Biden’s climate advisor, on the energy transition, even if uncertain remains. And get the public excited about opportunities.
Drought, as we understand the word, doesn’t explain the diminished Colorado River flows. But what word better describes this steady disappointment in snowpack?
Corporate sustainability efforts sound good but are actually guilty of complicity with fossil fuel companies, says “Getting Green Done” author Auden Schendler.
Colorado’s Yampa River was long an exception, a major river mostly without restriction on supplies. Every straw was welcome and satisfied. That’s changing.
Climate change has already made this world warmer and wackier. So why does this Nobel Prize-winner still find reason to laugh?