To see the worst of the coal slump in Colorado, look no further than the state’s North Fork Valley. Since 2013, two out of three mines have closed.
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Valley leaders aren’t waiting to see if promises to the coal industry are delivered. Instead, they’re seeking to build their own path.
Colorado has about half the mining jobs it had a decade ago. Local officials want to replicate a Western Slope project that turns methane waste into electricity.
Farmers, business owners, residents and others initially said they suffered a staggering $1.2 billion in lost income. But the total now appears to be about $420 million.
“Storm Warning” is an exhibition that explores artists’ perceptions of environmentalism and a changing climate.
In absorbing the largest private holding left in its borders, the park gets a property full of family memories.
The Forest Service is exploring ways to welcome visitors to the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, while at the same time preventing damage to popular areas.
The president's executive order instructs the Environmental Protection Agency to review the Clean Power Plan and other regulations.
The county had imposed a drilling moratorium while it updated the rules. That prompted Attorney General Cynthia Coffman to file suit.
Thursday's Court of Appeals ruling in Xiuhtezcatl Martinez v. Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation could have major implications.
The National Ice Core Laboratory in Denver needs major renovations to keep its cool, for the sake of a treasure trove of research.
Scientist Pieter Tans of Boulder leads NOAA's Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network, which just produced the new report.
These are the largest cuts and potential impacts in EPA Region 8, which covers Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Utah, Wyoming and 27 Tribal Nations.
“It can be a little bit of a scary time for an operator,” says Phillip Dunning, an analyst with Littleton-based Drillinginfo.