100 Companies Are Responsible For 71% Of Global Carbon EmissionsRoughly 100 companies have been causing about 71 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, a new report shows.
How To Make Your Wedding More Eco-FriendlyJune is peak time for weddings. Invitations, flowers and food are among the things that drive up the cost. But they also can increase a celebration's toll on the environment, and for many couples, that's a big concern.
Pharrell Williams Advocates For Greener Jobs, Climate Change ActionPharrell Williams' push for measures that prevent climate change is picking up more momentum as he asks leaders to create greener jobs and save the planet in a recent video.
Top Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In DenverDenver is home to some of the most beautiful outdoor spaces in the nation. Celebrate the environment at these Earth Day events.
Environmentalists Lose Ally In Congress With Boxer RetiringEnvironmental advocates will lose an ally in Congress when Barbara Boxer leaves the Senate at the end of her term in 2016 after more than three decades in office.
Keystone Vote A Microcosm Of Oil Energy BattleTuesday's vote on the Keystone XL pipeline typified everything that is wrong with how we approach oil energy production in the U.S., and the fight may very quickly be fought much closer to home.
Study: 'Small' Nuclear War Would Destroy The WorldWith an estimated 17,000 nuclear weapons in the world, we have the power to exterminate humanity many times over.
'Tiananmen Sid' Brings Parade To A Halt With One-Man ProtestA relatively uneventful Cherry Days Parade on the Fourth of July was interrupted by a man protesting the involvement of resident billionaire Bill Koch. The protester, Sid Lewis - now referred to by many as "Tiananmen Sid" - ran out into the path of an oncoming tank, which was reportedly owned by Koch.
5 Songs For Earth DayHere are 5 songs for Earth Day, to keep you rocking and keep you thinking about the environment.
Decomposed Body Found In Tree Near Boulder
Wildfires May Bring Wild PoliticsWildfires, and the devastation they bring with them, highlight some of the most contentious issues in Colorado politics: water, property rights and the environment.