Boulderganic

Politicians, not markets, slow new energy dawn

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Often blamed for society’s problems, politicians have now been brought to book for the slow take-up of renewable forms of energy.

A masochist’s love letter

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I love telling the story of my wisdom teeth. Anytime someone mentions a tooth extraction or dentistry mishap, I weasel my experience into...

A healthy shade of green

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The “greenbelt” of Boulder County has long protected the foothills from urban sprawl and provided a natural open buffer between places like...

Gardens of the Sun

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Among the rolling hills and sprawling neighborhoods of south Fort Collins, a new solar energy installation will not only provide renewable energy,...

Can Divestment help fix PERA?

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There’s a growing movement both in Colorado and around the world calling on investment managers to rid their funds of coal and...

A good place to start

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The phone call is a bit staticky at first, then it cuts out all together.   “I think it’s probably...

Conservation through conversation

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Environmental documentary films have the power to raise awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing our planet. But, awareness isn’t...

At odds

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The day before debating the most impactful public lands bill in recent Colorado history, Rep. Joe Neguse received a call with special...

The green offensive

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Jeremy Altdorfer’s day of delivery was hectic, but successful.  All day on Saturday, Oct. 5 he was zipping around...

It’s raining plastic. So what?

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It was the colors that caught Gregory Wetherbee’s eye: red, silver, purple, green, yellow — but most of all blue. There was...

Conservation unites

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Amid recent turmoil in the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) — the contested relocation of its headquarters from Washington, D.C. to Grand...

In our nature

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Sue Cass is a Boulder birder with a keen interest in raptors, a master gardener with an encyclopedic knowledge of the area’s...