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Environment/Energy

Supreme Court Rejects Colorado AG Suthers’ Argument

Twenty-three states filed legal briefs in the Duke Energy case before the U.S. Supreme Court decided yesterday by a unanimous court. Twenty-one states sided with...

Supreme Court Rules EPA Must Consider Greenhouse Gas Regulation

In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this morning that the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to regulate gases that cause...

The (very) high cost of oil

Being an oilfield roughneck has always been a dangerous job. Now High Country News editor Ray Ring has looked at how dangerous.While many...

DNR prepares for oil shale rush

Despite the nearly universal fascination with money, almost nobody wants to read a state budget story. So all but the wonkiest of policy wonks...

Letter to the Editor

As the oil and gas industry executives and their highly paid teams of lobbyists, lawyers, and media analysts continue to work themselves into a...

The Amendment 37 Effect:

Harvard Communities, Inc., one of the semi-custom homebuilders at the Stapleton development in Denver, announced that its entire line of Architect Collection homes in...

Pipeline company charged with bid rigging

On Tuesday, March 13, 2007, a Denver federal grand jury indicted B&H Pipeline Company and two of its executives in an alleged natural gas...

Salazar asks for Interior public meeting in Colorado

The U.S. Department of the Interior is planning to provide "provide up to $3 billion of new public and private investment to improve and...

Water, Water, Everywhere, and Not a Drop in the Bucket, Either

A lot of those sinkholes you see on television swallowing station wagons are man-made. They're sometimes the result of water and sewer systems deteriorating...

When China sneezes, the snowfall in Colorado disappears

A paper in the journal Science being published tomorrow says that man-made air pollution may cause droughts. The researchers studied hilly areas in China,...
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