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Big cats in Boulder

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Boulderganic

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OBAMA PERMITS SHELL OIL TO DRILL IN ARCTIC OCEAN...

State lawmakers take baby steps to address wildfire threat

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With smoke from some of the Colorado's biggest and most destructive wildfires still lingering in the air, a panel of wildlife experts last summer called for communities to meet the growing threat head-on by adopting specific building codes, requiring the removal of ...

Eco-briefs | A drier coastline

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A DRIER COASTLINE...

Eco-briefs | Artists organize against fracking

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Dear Governor Hickenlooper events in Boulder, Denver organize artists against fracking...

BIFF 2013: Buying some time for a climate change movement

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Tim DeChristopher was a 27-year-old University of Utah economics student who’d spent five years teaching at-risk kids and was just beginning to get involved in activism around climate change when he found himself at a Bureau of Land Management land sale bidding on $1...

New lines for the battlegrounds

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When the lines for the statehouse are redrawn after this year’s reapportionment, more competitive districts could cost Democrats seats in the House, leaving them facing a Republican supermajority. Based on the voting record of the last year, that could make it tough ...

House votes for increased oversight in energy loans

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The Republican-led House of Representatives passed the ‘No More Solyndras’ Act in a 245-161 vote Sept. 14. The act requires...

eco-briefs | Week of Feb. 27

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FIRST REACTORS TO BE BUILT IN 30 YEARS MAY BE AMONG THE NATION’S LAST...

Diesel program cutting emissions, but funding to be slashed

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More than 50,000 high-polluting diesel engines have been cleaned up or removed from U.S. roads in a federal program designed to reduce smog and greenhouse gases, according to a new Environmental Protection Agency report to Congress...

What happened after Congress passed a climate change law? Very little

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Congress did something unusual last year. It passed a bill that acknowledged that sea levels are rising — i.e., that climate change is happening...

Calming Congress

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Barbeques, baseball and meditation. That’s right. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) meditates for 45 minutes a day and says he thinks meditation needs to become the new American pastime. He started a serious practice of meditation and mindfulness in November 2008, six ...

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CROWD SOURCING PROGRAM WILL AID BIOLOGISTS IN THE FIGHT TO SAVE THE CALIFORNIA CONDOR...