- Environmental groups see the miscalculation as an opportunity to push for tougher rules on drilling and fracking.
- Colorado kept just 16 percent of its waste out of landfills in 2021 — half the national average and far short of the state's goal to divert 28 percent of its trash to recycling or compost facilities.
- A new study suggests that the industrious rodents could help protect rivers and ecosystems from climate-driven droughts.
- Electric cars could mean death for gas stations. The roadside fixtures are already fighting for survival, as people switch to battery-power vehicles. David Ferris wrote a story for Politico about this somewhat hidden battle, and it brought him to Colorado.
- The climate-resilient building material of the future could be right under our feet.
- The funding will specifically help projects that track and reduce pollution in historically marginalized communities.
- In Colorado, the animals are protected under state law and the federal Endangered Species Act. But there are no such protections in Wyoming.
- The debate pits concerns over climate change and energy costs against home affordability.
- Much of the improvement is due to fewer wildfires and more favorable North American wind currents.
- Spoiler: The goats almost always win.
- Robert Kenney, the newest president of Xcel Energy Colorado, wants the utility to model how investor-owned monopolies can change from coal to cleaner sources of energy.
- The RESTORE Passive House attempts to put super-efficient homes within reach for middle-class families.
- The Colorado Pika Project wants to find out where the lovable lagomorphs might survive as alpine environments warm.
- The job can require a team of draft horses and massive bags of liquid foam.
- A1 Organics, Colorado's largest compost producer, says it can't handle all the glass, plastic and rubber gloves coming from Front Range residents.
- Comanche 3 is Colorado's youngest, and largest, coal plant — and one of its least reliable energy sources.