Offshore Drilling Off US Coasts To Be Expanded By Trump AdministrationThe Trump administration moved Thursday to vastly expand offshore drilling from the Atlantic to the Arctic oceans with a plan that would open up federal waters off California for the first time in more than three decades.
Lamborn Says EPA May Reconsider Colorado Storm Water SuitU.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to drop a lawsuit against Colorado Springs over contaminated runoff that affects Pueblo County and downstream agriculture.
Groups Gather In Denver To Push For 100 Percent Renewable EnergyGroups of Coloradans came together at Skyline Park on Wednesday to push for clean energy.
Denver's Interstate 70 Expansion Challenged By Sierra Club Over Clean AirEnvironmental groups are trying to stop the expansion of Interstate 70 through Denver.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Opposes Reintroduction Of Mexican Gray Wolf Amid ProtestsColorado Parks and Wildlife on Wednesday approved a resolution that prevents the reintroduction of wolves in Colorado.
'Don't Frack Denver' Campaign Asks City To Block PracticeA coalition including conservationists and neighborhood activists is asking Denver's mayor and City Council to block fracking in the city and the river valleys that supply its drinking water.
Hundreds Volunteer For Colorado Flood Recovery Weekend The Sierra Club is calling this Colorado Flood Recovery Weekend as hundreds of volunteers stepped up to help rebuild.
Environmental Groups Want To Join Longmont Drilling CaseTwo environmental groups want to help defend Longmont's oil and gas regulations, which are stricter than new rules passed by state regulators this week.
Denver Marchers Protest Wells Fargo BankMore than a thousand people marched through downtown Denver to protest Wells Fargo bank, saying it has a lower federal tax rate than many working-class taxpayers.
Groups Seek To Dismiss Lawsuit On Renewable EnergyFour environmental groups say a judge should dismiss a lawsuit challenging Colorado's renewable energy standard.