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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...

A jobless economy and a citizenless democracy are upon us

Right before scientist Gill Pratt left his post as the lead robotics researcher for the U.S. Department of Defense last August, he published a...

A good bill goes down

For the second year in a row, a bill aimed at recovering more than $100 million in tax revenue from Colorado businesses that stash...

Talking it out

The past few years have marked a broadening in the conversation about race and policing in the United States. The disproportionate number of young...

Citizens gather to discuss Gross Reservoir expansion

A proposal by Denver’s water authority to expand Gross Reservoir in Boulder County is in the approval process, and concerned citizens and environmental groups...

Conference on World Affairs preview

The 68th annual Conference on World Affairs hits Boulder on April 4 and runs through April 8. Yes, that Conference on World Affairs, the...

Remembering Berta Cáceres

(return to Paying the price) In the early morning of March 3, 2016, prominent environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres was killed while sleeping...

Paying the price

When I first meet Juan de Dios García, he’s laughing. His dark eyes twinkle as his dimples indent and his smile broadens. But there...
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