Author Sean Prentiss went on a quest to find the grave of the creator of the Monkey Wrench Gang, but what he really found were answers to other mysteries.
This month’s National Geographic looks at competing interests in Yellowstone and raises parallels across the West, we talk with the issue's author. Then, a CU-Boulder study says teens who drink caffeine face long-term psychological effects.
Boyd Norton says photography is good way to preserve the world’s wild places.
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Now 81, the famous conservationist focuses heavily on her youth-driven program "Roots & Shoots," which has a presence throughout Colorado.
The Americas Latino Eco Festival begins Thursday, and one session uses data from a recent poll to debunk assumptions about Latinos and the environment.
Julee Herdt thinks she can make renewable building materials out of just about anything that contains fiber.
A Fort Collins company has the technology to convert organic material from the forest floor into jet fuel. FedEx and Southwest are on board.