Energy and Environment
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- The park proposes killing mostly cows and calves in this year's annual cull. The park's bison population neared 5,000 this summer; a 15-year-old agreement with Montana calls for a population of 3,000.Read More
The plan addresses what's expected to be a significant water shortage by 2050, when Colorado's population will have nearly doubled.
Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration encouraged water managers -- and users -- from around Colorado to formulate the plan.
A chemical used to replace ones that damaged the ozone turn into a greenhouse gas that persists for 50,000 years.
A handful of ski resorts like Arapahoe Basin and Aspen Skiing Company hope to change skiers' views on climate change.
- Bees play a vital role in pollinating the crops we eat. Turns out, that relationship with agriculture began shortly after the rise of settled farming, new research shows.Read More
Many oil workers are finding work in the construction industry, an economist says.
Financial regulators are starting to take a closer look at how publicly traded companies, including some in Colorado, disclose the impacts of climate change.
NASA has the engineers aiming to use the focused light of the sun to drive water or other useful chemicals out of an asteroid.
- As resale prices drop, the emissions cheating scandal costs customers who want to sell their Volkswagen diesels. "I think it's a tainted product now," says analyst Dave Galvin.Read More
- Hurricane Patricia's record-breaking winds come as a powerful El Niño heats the Pacific Ocean. But researchers say that's not enough to blame climate change for the storm's rapid strengthening.Read More
Silverton has rejected Superfund status in the past. Local leaders say attitudes are shifting, but Silverton's still got a strong independent streak.