Species vulnerable to climate change impacts in the Canadian Rockies will need room to roam, according to a new report from the Wildlife Conservation Society Canada.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said the state may be willing to work with cities banning oil and gas development within city limits if they can find a way to compensate mineral rights owners.
A study led by researchers at the University of Colorado has determined that the pace of planet warming in the first decade of this century was slowed by volcanic activity, and not by industrial activity in Asia, as was previously believed.
A 2007 sea voyage through the Gulf of Mexico, around Florida and up the eastern seaboard has increased understanding of how various coastal areas may respond to increased acidity.
CSU's North Central Climate Science Center wants to give farmers, ranchers and land managers better information to help them decide how to respond to climate change.
A series of small to mid-sized volcanic eruptions the past 10 years were the main factor in the formation of stratospheric sulfuric acid that reflected the sun’s energy and partially offset the effects of heat-trapping greenhouse gases.
Climate change is threatening pillars of the Colorado economy, including the ski industry and agriculture, according to Sen. Michael Bennet, who this week encouraged the chairs of all the Senate committees he sits on to address the issue by holding hearings during the current session of Congress.
Careful analysis of the marine fossil record from the Early Jurassic era (about 180 million years ago), suggests that warmer global temperatures and lower oxygen levels led to dramatic ecosystem changes, with a near extinction of ocean life. Could it happen again?
A new climate model suggests snowfall is likely to decline by up to 30 percent in the Colorado mountains, and by up to 50 to 80 percent in other regions of the country.
A city-owned and -operated electric utility would be able to offer lower rates than Xcel Energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 50 percent from current levels and obtain 54 percent or more of its electricity from renewable resources, Boulder's energy czar said.