The Cowboy State has expressed interest in doing its part to fight climate change. But it wants to do so under its own terms.
The Biden Administration is putting the brakes on new oil and gas leases on public lands. Mark Duggan of KSUT looks at what that means for one drilling proposal in Southwest Colorado.
Soil moisture can play an important role in the Mountain West’s overall water supply.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department can’t close elk feedgrounds “cold turkey,” but officials say they’re doing everything they can to mitigate the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease.
Environmental watchdogs have been sounding the alarm about Teton County’s drinking water quality for years, but a full, data-driven picture of the problem wasn’t available until this year.
Colorado regulators proposed early closures for three coal-fired power plants. Then they did a 180 on the decision a month later.
The environmental impacts of plastic are getting more severe, but one small solution in mountain towns might help.
Federal investigators dropped the case against a Solitude homeowner who has fed grizzlies at her home for years, but the county could still enforce fines or take legal action.
A proposal for what could be the state’s largest fracking site is drawing community opposition in Boulder County.