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Longmont 'continues to imply that decades of established law on regulating oil and gas operations somehow doesn't apply to them,' says industry official.
Leaders of a Boulder, Colo. suburb on the front lines of the fight against gas drilling recently...
08/29/2014 | Read More
Political compromise delivers a sudden slap in the face for green groups behind two ballot initiatives, now derailed.
8/11/2014: The story has been updated with comment from the campaign director of Coloradans for...
08/08/2014 | Read More
Sixty percent of Longmont, Colo. voters favored the ban in a 2012 ballot measure. Activists say they will appeal.
A Colorado court has ruled that the city of Longmont's ban on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is...
07/25/2014 | Read More
With gas wells in some states being drilled near schools and homes, scientists see a need for better chemical disclosure laws and follow-up research.
For years, the controversy over natural gas drilling has focused on the water and air quality...
12/03/2012 | Read More
Nolan Doesken has been studying Colorado's weather for 35 years. He explains his job, and what's ahead for his state because of climate change.
Colorado is the kind of place where you can play softball in shorts in 70-degree weather in the...
08/22/2012 | Read More
In Colorado, a broad coalition keeps clean energy on track. But Republican gains in Pennsylvania threaten to derail legislation
WASHINGTON—It turns out there is more than one way to stir up the color purple on the post-midterm...
11/15/2010 | Read More
Clean energy standards in Colorado, Minnesota and other states could be weakened
Colorado and other states with ambitious climate change agendas said on Wednesday they fear...
10/21/2010 | Read More
Colorado’s legislature approved one of the toughest renewable energy standards in the country on...
03/09/2010 | Read More