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Evolution of a movement: story and photo essay

On May 2, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Longmont’s fracking ban and Fort Collins’ fracking moratorium were in conflict with state regulations and...

Multi-state oil and gas agency conference in Denver

In the wake of the recent Colorado Supreme Court decision overturning Longmont’s ban and Fort Collins’ moratorium on fracking, as activists and environmentalists gather...

Crossing the threshold

Just outside of the main entrance to the United Nations General Assembly building in New York City stand a number of large sculptures. Most...

Break Free events come to Colorado

On April 22, over 170 countries signed the COP21 climate agreement at the United Nations in New York, pledging to limit the global temperature...

Supreme Court decision ends Longmont fracking ban

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled against the City of Longmont’s voter-approved 2012 fracking ban on Monday, May 2, stating it conflicts with state law...

A reason for hope

Jim Eastman needs a new kidney. But so do 1,941 other people in Colorado and Wyoming according to the Donor Alliance, a nonprofit organ...

‘BW’ wins 34 awards from Society of Professional Journalists

In this year’s multi-state Top of the Rockies contest put on by the Society of Professional Journalists, Boulder Weekly won 13 first place awards...

Signature time for anti-fracking initiatives

Colorado voters could see two constitutional amendment initiatives on the November ballot that, if passed, would limit oil and gas development near populated areas...

Top environmental scientists, authors to lead Earth Day discussion

Top environmental journalists, professors and analysts will direct a teach-in on global warming, fracking and the oil and gas industry at the University of...

Boulder-Nablus Sister City project heads back to City Council

The last time the Boulder-Nablus Sister City project brought their plea to create an official Sister City partnership before Boulder City Council, the hearing...

Our last moment to act

In late 2012, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he was considering opening New York to fracking, allowing the oil and gas industry to develop the...

Tech’s role in domestic violence gets forum

A group of domestic abuse counselors, police officers, detectives, lawyers, district attorneys and more will meet this Thursday, April 14 and Friday, April 15...
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