Hats off to EPA: Nine Mile Canyon rightly gets reprieve

Our hats are off to the Environmental Protection Agency for issuing what amounts to a reprieve of sorts for the priceless archaeological treasures in Nine Mile Canyon.

Without the EPA putting the brakes on expansion of natural gas drilling, the more than 10,000 petroglyphs and ruins in the

Carbon sequestration will need government support for 20-50 years

To develop meaningful investment in carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), the government needs to provide stable, long-term price signals and research funding -- leadership it hasn't demonstrated to date, according to a new paper by the nonprofit research group World Resources Institute.

Hunters, Anglers Urge Funding for Wildlife Management in Climate Change Bill

With fish and wildlife facing ever-emerging new challenges from climatic shifts,
"we need to train our eyes, ears and hands on the ground"
WASHINGTON - As climate change legislation comes to the floor of the Senate, America's sportsmen are elevating their calls

Climate Security Act

As you may have heard, the U.S. Senate is currently debating the
Climate Security Act, a bill aimed at curbing global warming pollution
and putting America on the path toward a new energy future.

What you may not have heard, is that in addition to slowing global
warming, this climate

Hello energy development and goodbye to the Rio Grande

The Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Estes Park. Certain natural landmarks in this state have an iconic quality, their names emblematic of what it means to live in and experience Colorado.

Consider the Rio Grande. It's the country's second-longest river, flowing almost