The revision calls for a new rule on reporting on greenhouse gas emissions that mirrors a federal rule.
The city of Denver is using peer pressure to fight climate change.
The record for most days in a row without snow belongs to 2003, but 2017 is closing in fast.
It could get as warm as 77 degrees this afternoon before a cold front arrives tonight. That's nearly 30 degrees above normal for this time of year.
Ikea initially didn't say when it planned to develop the site but announced Thursday it's submitted plans to city and county of Broomfield.
Colorado will join states upholding climate agreement despite Trump withdrawal, Hickenlooper announces at Red Rocks
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Tuesday that Colorado will join the U.S. Climate Alliance and that by executive order, he will create a specific goal for carbon reduction.
Denver's hottest summer on record was 2012, when there were just six days above 100 degrees. That could be the norm by the 2040s.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said the state and the city would keep taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A new set of maps, paid for by a $30,000 grant and presented below, is meant to prepare the city government for longer, hotter summers and heatwaves.
When a hive representing one of Colorado's 800+ bee species needs a little human intervention, the Colorado State Beekeepers Association is there to help.
Need a March for Science poster? These vintage-style travel posters from an apocalyptic future can be yours for free
So you can't draw to save your life but you want a snazzy sign for the upcoming March for Science?
He touted the fact that while he originally hoped for a 10 percent EPA cut, the figure today is more like 30 percent, a remark that won hearty applause.
Climate change may have created jobs that will result in building a wall.
LOOK: An archive of pressed flowers (and weeds) at the Denver Botanic Gardens reflects changing temperatures
Underneath the Denver Botanic Gardens' greenhouse, you'll find the herbarium, a massive library of pressed plants collected over the course of a century.
It's like Energy Star ratings for appliances or miles per gallon info for vehicles, but for buildings.