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Friday, October 4,2013

Sierra Club to hold cleanup weekend, citing climate change for floods

As flood recovery continues across Colorado this weekend, one group will hold cleanup events and tie the destruction to climate-change-related weather patterns.
Tuesday, October 1,2013

BLM lands suspended during federal shutdown

Public land is suspended.
Tuesday, September 24,2013

Climate change panel: Warming slowdown doesn't mean much

As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) kicks off, the Stockholm, Sweden meeting has included some discussion over the much-reported "slowdown" or "pause" in global warming.
Monday, September 9,2013

Colorado grandparents deliver anti-fracking letter

A day after National Grandparent's Day, grandparents from around Colorado will deliver a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper and other governors protesting against the oil and gas drilling process known as fracking.
Monday, September 9,2013

Firefighting in photographs: Hotshot firefighter's stunning Instagram

You’ll probably never venture to the front lines of a wildfire, but Hotshot firefighter Greggory Boydston spends half his year there.
Monday, September 9,2013

British millionaire pushes for 'new ways' to spread environmental message

British entrepreneur Dale Vince is more than just an eccentric millionaire — he’s a millionaire with a mission.
Thursday, September 5,2013

Fracking disposal well causes over 100 earthquakes in Ohio

Youngstown, Ohio had its first earthquake in 2011. It had its 100th earthquake in 2011, too.
Monday, June 17,2013

As divestment from fossil fuels grows, why environmentalists should do more

Divestment, recently endorsed by active environmentalists like Bill McKibben, has been one of the most popular eco-friendly ideas of recent times. The term refers to removing investments in fossil fuels, oil exploration and other businesses that take advantage of the environment or create pollution.
Friday, June 14,2013

Oil spill damages trees in 104-acre area in Canada

An oil spill, apparently from a broken pipeline, has dumped toxic oil waste onto more than 100 acres in Alberta, Canada.
Friday, May 31,2013

Solar panels' quality questioned

"Corners are being cut," an executive in the solar energy industry says, and it could be a black mark for the burgeoning industry.