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Colorado lawmakers can now request reports on their bill’s contribution to...

Lawmakers will soon have a better sense as to whether laws they write contribute to climate change.  The Democratic-controlled statehouse passed a bill in the...

Colorado will consider requiring drillers to track and report methane emissions...

Vehicles and power plants are by far the biggest producers of greenhouse gases in Colorado, contributing roughly 50% of all planet-warming emissions in our...

Bold climate-action legislation for Colorado nears rollout; Polis, Speaker Becker wrangle...

Colorado lawmakers are on the brink of introducing legislation that would set the state on course to cut planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions drastically over...

Xcel Energy wants to deliver carbon-free electricity by 2050. Can capturing...

As Xcel Energy executives announced their vision of delivering zero-carbon electricity by 2050 in Denver on Tuesday, they may have also revived a long debate over the viability...

Climate change report: Southwest to see more heat, water scarcity, fires...

This story was originally published by NM Political Report and is reprinted here with permission of the Report. Climate change is here. It’s human-caused. And it’s...

Homebrew: Loveland police officer faces assault and child-abuse charges

Bad cop Decorated ten-year veteran of the Loveland police force Robert Croner, 35, was arrested Friday and left in the clink cooling his heels for the weekend...

Snowless ski race helps connect dots between climate change, real problems

Gnarly terrain greeted a group of climate change activists in Aspen over the weekend.

Senators bundle House bills into WEST Act to expedite energy exploration,...

Some the most anti-environmental legislation to pass the House has been bundled together into an omnibus bill in the Senate called the Western Economic Security Today (WEST) Act.

Colorado gas fracking rules still hazy in wake of guv’s task...

As oil and gas rigs creep closer to Colorado neighborhoods, it still isn't clear whether local governments can regulate the industry on their own or if they must solely stick to the state's rules.

With Congress gridlocked on climate legislation, environmental groups forge ahead

Despite the Gulf oil spill, a massive pipeline break in Michigan and broad concerns about global warming, ambitious climate-change and energy legislation is likely dead for the year. That poses a conundrum, going forward, for environmentalists: How to convince lawmakers of the need for legislation to sever the country’s decades-long ties to oil and to reform energy policy more generally?