Because of its innovations in clean energy, the northern Colorado city is one of six included in an ongoing exhibition at the Smithsonian's American History Museum.
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A contentious oil and gas development in Greeley brought out hundreds of people to a six hour city meeting. New statewide ballot measures could follow.
The project was approved against the wishes of most of the 40 people who spoke during public comment Tuesday night.
Yes and no. They definitely want a miracle to bring clean, cheap power to the powerless — only a lot sooner.
The legislation, which calls for big utilities to stop relying on coal by 2030, emerged from a January agreement between the companies and environmental advocates.
Park service rangers and interpreters made their way to Fort Collins to learn how to keep the night sky clearer.
A U.N.-sponsored report warns that disappearing pollinators, such as bees, could cut production of healthful foods like fruits and nuts. But the degree of damage is mostly a matter of speculation.
Hamburg officials say single-use pods waste resources and aren't always recyclable. The city is believed to be the world's first to oust the capsules from schools, offices and other institutions.
Bruce Schumacher and a colleague discovered the fossil.. Now it's part if the collection at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Winter is a common time for coyote conflicts -- even in urban areas. Here are a few techniques to scare them away.
Many farmers who grow corn and soybeans to feed livestock use too much nitrogen fertilizer, which can cause a host of environmental problems. To fix them, scientists say we should eat less meat.
And researchers predict things are going to get worse — their findings suggest sea levels will rise between 1 to 4 feet by 2100.
The current plan would keep land tracts near clean-up mines out of the Superfund site, which is important to private land owners.
The governor also discussed transportation funding, single-payer healthcare, and his biggest legislative priority in his regular conversation with Colorado Matters.