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Oil company cancels Colorado open space drilling proposal

Colorado’s Boulder County won’t be forced to lease oil and gas located miles below open space purchased with taxpayer dollars after an energy company withdrew the project from consideration by state regulators.

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Researchers harness algae to 'grow' construction cement

The massive worldwide pouring of concrete as developers densify cities could be transformed, eliminating heat-trapping pollution into the atmosphere, by switching to a new kind of cement created in Colorado — cement that is “grown” by harnessing tiny sea organisms.

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Climate change may push the US toward the 'goldilocks zone' for West Nile virus

Spring rain, summer drought, and heat created ideal conditions for mosquitoes to spread the West Nile virus through Colorado last year, experts have said.

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Authorities tell 19,000 to evacuate due to Colorado wildfires

Authorities instructed more than 19,000 people to evacuate over the weekend due to a Colorado wildfire near the site of the 2021 blaze that destroyed more than 1,000 homes and caused $513 million in damage.

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How farmers are using NASA technology to reduce carbon emissions

Boulder-based Cloud Agronomics offers hyperspectral imaging to provide more accurate measurements of carbon in soil.
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Study: Small mammals are climbing higher in Colorado's Rocky Mountains to flee warming temperatures

Small mammals in the Rocky Mountains are starting to move uphill to flee warming conditions, according to new research published last week.
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The rancher trying to solve the West's water crisis

The power politics of the Colorado River have long pitted families like Paul Bruchez’s against big cities. Under pressure from climate change, they might be finding a path out.
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