Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Protection Agency officials are visiting northwestern Colorado to learn more about how proposed pollution rules for power plants could affect a region where the economy is tied to coal.
Hundreds of people across the country lined up Tuesday to tell the Environmental Protection Agency that its new rules for power-plant pollution either go too far or not far enough.
Hundreds of people will tell the Environmental Protection Agency what they think of proposed rules to cut pollution from power plants during public hearings Tuesday and Wednesday in Denver.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency promoted proposed clean power plant rules to Western governors Tuesday.
President Barack Obama on Monday encouraged a group of governors to support a plan to pay for wildfire suppression, and the proposal got a positive reception from the 10 leaders gathered for an annual summit.
Ten Western governors are meeting this week in Colorado Springs to discuss issues including the drought and the environment.
Out of all the states in the nation, Colorado offers the best sneak peek at what the nation would look like once President Barack Obama’s energy regulations take effect.
The Democratic senator leading the battle against the White House’s strategy to fight climate change urged the mining industry on Tuesday to speak out about coal’s role in providing affordable, reliable electricity to the country.
Suncor reached a settlement with the government to replace natural resources lost in a 2011 benzene spill.
Carbon pollution and what the federal government should do about it is under review in Denver.