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Pumping seawater onto Antarctica won’t work

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Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle. Geoengineers will not be able to magic away the rising tides,...

Dakota Soifer’s sustainable life at Cafe Aion

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Remember the ’60s and ’70s? It was a time when rebellious Baby Boom parents — often named Mike or Susan — gave their kids...

How do you like subsidizing corporate crime?

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Headlines periodically blare that this regulator or that has imposed another jaw-dropping assessment on some gross polluter or other corporate criminal. “Justice Department Slaps...

The Foilies 2016

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Last spring, Shoshana Walter with the Center for Investigative Reporting filed a routine public records request with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department for a...

It’s time for Commissioners to show some backbone

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On Tuesday, March 16, the Open Space Advisory Committee voted 5-3 to recommend that certain GMOs be allowed to continue growing on Boulder County’s...

Marco Benevento’s vision quest

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Marco Benevento lives in Woodstock, New York, with his wife and kids, some farm animals, and Fred Short. Well, to be precise, Fred isn’t exactly...

Gimme the cold shoulder

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In Colorado, climbing is a year-round sport. When the heat of the summer dies down and the shadows grow longer each day, active seekers...

Bus operators race to ditch dirty vehicles

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In 2013, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) faced a big decision. Advancing technologies, combined with a boom in natural gas production, presented an opportunity...

Boulder’s Buddha Thai has a lot to like

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When I moved to Boulder several years ago, I asked the Comcast guy installing our cable for restaurant recommendations in town. Better to ask...

The urban heat island effect warms Colorado’s biggest city

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Though it’s winter right now along the Front Range, the city of Denver sits pleasantly above 50 degrees most days. Sure, it’s nice to...

Time to revisit Boulder’s controversial camping ban

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Two separate reports released within the last month confirm assertions long-argued by homeless advocates — Boulder’s camping ban disproportionately affects and is enforced against...

Hops + Handrails returns to Longmont

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For the fourth consecutive year, Left Hand Brewing will bring its joint beer festival and snowboard competition, Hops + Handrails, to Longmont this Saturday,...