Aspen Considers Storing Water To Combat Climate ChangeThe City of Aspen wants to store water because of climate change.
Scientists Say Chocolate May Be Extinct By 2050Scientists are forecasting that climate change may force the plants that produce chocolate into extinction by 2050.
15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue 'Warning To Humanity'Over 15,000 scientists issued a warning about the growing impact of climate change and the possibility of an extinction-level event in the near future.
Remember When It Used To Snow In Denver During September?Is our climate changing or do you think it's just a cycle?
Report: Meteorologists Expect This Fall To Be Much Warmer Than UsualMeteorologists say that this fall is going to be warmer than usual across the country, due to climate change and a ridging atmosphere.
It's So Hot In Arizona That Everything Is MeltingTemperatures in Arizona are reaching 113 Fahrenheit and higher in some places, and basically everything is melting.
Universities Say Trump Climate Decision Creates UncertaintyA consortium of U.S. universities that manages the National Center for Atmospheric Research says President Donald Trump's decision to pull the nation out of an international agreement on climate creates new uncertainties.
Colorado Scientists Concerned About Climate Change PolicyScientists in Boulder are concerned about the trend in the Trump Administration with regards to climate change.
Several Hundred Join Climate March In Denver In Spring SnowSeveral hundred people turned out for a climate march in Denver on President Donald Trump's hundredth day in office.
Noticing Early Leaves? Study Says Trend Will ContinueNationally, the emergence of first leaves is happening about three days earlier than it did 30 years ago.
Bennet Slams Trump Agenda In Town HallSen. Michael Bennet is vowing to fight Donald Trump as he holds town halls across Colorado.
Study: Global Warming Is Shrinking River Vital To 40 Million PeopleGlobal warming is already shrinking the Colorado River, the most important waterway in the American Southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.