Over the next three decades, more than 300 counties in the West will see more severe smoke waves from wildfires, sometimes lasting weeks longer than in years past.
Right now, the CU researchers just have a proof of concept. But Nagpal hopes that the system could one day be scaled up and used in homes or offices.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is creating the first-ever climate unit after new legislation was approved by Gov. Jared Polis, which sets requirements for collecting climate change data.
A federal court ruling issued on Wednesday directs U.S. officials to consider the effect of climate change from leasing 250 square miles of public lands in Colorado and Utah for oil and gas drilling.
There's a new campaign underway gathering signatures to get Denver voters to approve a tax on natural gas and electricity to help combat climate change.
Sales were largely halted in 2016 under President Barack Obama over worries about climate change.
In September, dozens of the world's top climate scientists will sail into the central Arctic, freeze their ship in the ice and drift and gather data for a year.
The Democratic presidential candidate and Colorado senator pitched a plan that he said would be difficult for future Republican administrations to overturn.
The energy and environment bills headed into law cover everything from electrical generation to climate change to governing oil and gas drilling in Colorado. Take a look at the key bills.
In early February, southwestern McPhee Reservoir was 7 percent full. Now it’s a quarter full and expected to fill up all the way.