Officials are worried that foot and car traffic during the peak season could harm nature at the site, so they’re implementing a shuttle and a fee.
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The snow is a welcome reprieve after a year of hot, dry weather that fueled wildfires and slowed tourism. But thirsty reservoirs are still not quenched.
Many mines pose the chronic problem of relentless pollution.
If the United States reduces carbon emissions before 2080, the trajectory would slow, but not stop.
PFAs are found in some non-stick coatings, including from a firefighting foam used by the Peterson Air Force Base.
Businesses nationwide responded to the preferences of customers and investors alike by spending more on renewable energy.
The data available for injuries or fatalities resulting from outdoor recreation activities is scant compared to that of sports.
Kate Greenberg is the first woman to hold the post of Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture.
The 75-year-old Gian-Franco Kasper spoke of "so-called climate change" and said he would rather deal with dictators than argue with environmentalists.
And if you do encounter a cougar on the trail, remember to maintain eye contact, move slowly and make yourself look as large as possible.
Visitors left behind human waste and trash, graffiti'd a Joshua tree and created unauthorized trails with off-road vehicles.
The Colorado Office of Tourism is cracking down on bad behavior in a new campaign, "Care For Colorado."
The Conservation in the West poll found that respondents opposed Trump policies that shrink national monuments or promote oil and gas development.
In Denver for the annual Outdoor Retailer and Snow Show, outdoor retail companies and other outdoor industry leaders are banding together in a bid to protect public lands and the climate.