Ahead of the UN climate change talks, we ask three climate scientists how they deal with an apocalyptic day job.
A chemical used to replace ones that damaged the ozone turn into a greenhouse gas that persists for 50,000 years.
The Pope may have called for an end to polarized politics, but Colorado's congressional representatives still have plenty of partisan responses.
- Colorado Deacon Jerry Kotas is traveling to assist Pope Francis as a Deacon Eucharistic Minister for the Sept. 23 Papal Mass.Read more
- A review was agreed to just a week after the nearby Colowyo Mine was cleared to keep operating.Read more
- Records go back to 1880, but nine of the 10 hottest months on record have happened since 2005.Read more
The majority of Americans favor government action, but the candidates — and big donors — differ greatly. Here is what they've said on the topic, beginning with whether climate change is real.
Overall, federal government wants to reduce emissions by 32 percent over the next 15 years. Colorado appears well positioned to meet that goal.
- "You know, he’s raised this to a new level of awareness," Applebaum said.Read more