Women are more likely than men to be killed in natural disasters, and more likely to become refugees after drought and famine.
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Warm, dry weather is on the rise in Colorado. It's also the beetle's preferred climate.
A third of all of Colorado's carbon emissions come from cars and other vehicles.
Kristen Rasmussen and her team study stormy weather in the Andean foothills of Argentina.
Environmentalists and oil companies have been on edge since the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the fall.
The documents may have evidence of residual plutonium contamination and other ongoing environmental dangers.
Just 40 years ago bald eagles were on the brink of extinction. Now, Colorado sees over a thousand migratory birds and is home to 125 or so nesting mates.
Cloud seeding technology remains tricky and expensive, but has become more vital as the effects of climate change ramp up.
The president’s closed door meeting with congressional leaders produced no results, so the stalemate will continue.
Colorado's hot summer days are spilling out of their regular timeframe. They are starting earlier (June) and staying later (September).
When winter comes to Denver, so do giant flocks of Canada geese.
Just a few years ago, 100 percent renewable energy goals were pie-in-the-sky academic thought experiments.
The plaintiffs had alleged the Department of Transportation didn't study potential pollution impacts before beginning construction.
Climate change is big. For some, the little lagomorphs can be a way to grasp its reality.
Revving up the legal gears could pose a setback for Denver Water, which has spent years securing the necessary permits.