The Fish and Wildlife Service said it will begin drafting a rule to revoke the lynx's threatened listing across the Lower 48 state under the Endangered Species Act.
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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has started a major push to reorganize the agency and get thousands of employees out of Washington D.C.
The Associated Press followed U.S. ski and snowboard teams to a glacier in Europe, where they found snow to practice on before PyeongChang.
Few, if any states, map flowlines. Big energy developing states like neighboring Wyoming or Texas do not have any mapping requirement.
KUNC reporter Luke Runyon, who covers the Colorado River basin and water issues in the American West, explains why.
Colorado regulators will discuss what, if any, revisions are needed to the rules. They could approve them as soon as today.
The National Weather Services says things could improve if more snow falls but winter precipitation so far has been far below normal.
The beetle beetle has infested or killed more than 10,500 acres of the 90,000 acres of manageable ponderosa stands
From 100 renewable energy goals, to electric cars and even the race for governor, green energy may be on the tip of our tongues this year.
The long-awaited change drew praise from Denver-based Western Energy Alliance, which sued to block the rules.
Forest Service officials anticipate that two-thirds of the agency's entire budget will go to firefighting by 2025.
Tax policy changes that affect the renewable industry draw close scrutiny in Colorado.
A new Colorado State University study says climate change may prevent forests from bouncing back after wildfires.
Career growth in sustainability has shifted. It’s not the federal gov't hiring anymore. Now it's local governments and businesses.