'Adults Procrastinated On Lives': Teen Pushes To Help Stop Climate ChangeHaven Coleman joined two other teen girls in creating the US Youth Climate Strike organization and is set on making waves of her own.
Wondering How Can It Be So Cold If There's Global Warming?To understand why, you have to first know the difference between weather and climate.
Climate Advocacy Group Touring Campuses, Sharing New FilmA Colorado advocacy group is hoping to bring out more votes through snowboarding.
Possible New Car Fee In Boulder Would Go Toward Climate Change FightCity councilors in Boulder say drivers could be paying more in car fees in order for the city to combat climate change.
U.N. Warns Global Warming Is 'Life-Or-Death Situation'Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people, the new report warns.
Study Finds U.S. National Parks Warming Faster Than Rest Of NationNational parks in Alaska saw the largest temperature increases.
Aspen Snowmass' 'Give A Flake' Campaign Brings Focus On Contentious IssuesIt’s part vulgar pun, and part cry for action, but this season Aspen Snowmass is making clear in it’s advertising where it’s priorities are with a campaign called “Give a Flake.”
Nonprofit Wants To Help Colorado Farmers Reduce Amount Of Carbon They CreateA Colorado nonprofit wants to help farmers do more for the environment and raise healthier animals.
Science Says: Hotter Weather Turbocharges Western WildfiresThe years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an Associated Press analysis of fire and weather data found.
Science Says Record Heat, Fires Worsened By Climate ChangeHeat waves are setting all-time temperature records across the globe, again.
Study Claims Higher Temperatures, Climate Change Linked To SuicideA new study from Stanford University is claiming that suicide rates will continue to rise as the Earth gets hotter.
Denver Mayor Commits City To 100% Clean Electricity By 2030“Climate change threatens our people directly, putting our health, environment and economy – our very way of life – at risk,” said Mayor Michael Hancock.