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Michael Booth
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado debating bill that would allow local governments to regulate pesticides. Industry lobbyists are fighting it

A bill in the state legislature would allow cities to make their own rules on the chemicals, but applicators hammer a “patchwork” system

Colorado pumps $21 million into fast-charger expansion for electric vehicles

As EV sales slow, Colorado wants the new stations to serve as an answer to consumer ‘range anxiety’

How to get solar power for your Colorado home – even if your own roof won’t work

If your own roof won’t work or you live in an apartment, you can try a community option instead, experts say

Colorado Parks and Wildlife lands a spectacular hunting and fishing ranch in South Park

Collard Ranch and 5 miles of pristine trout stream will become a state wildlife area for $8.25 million

Mileage goals, pollution fines, drilling pauses: Colorado Democrats unveil ambitious package to cut ozone

Summer “pause” for oil and gas drilling, caps on driving miles, bigger fines for repeat offenders like Suncor are in the mix pushed by some Democrats and environmental justice advocates

Colorado Democrats push for ban on new oil and gas drilling in the state

Sen. Jaquez Lewis says she will push for total ban by 2030 and requiring oil and gas companies to pay more for abandoned wells

Must a gas utility pay its own customers to unhook in the name of climate change? Colorado is about to find out

Atmos Energy, which provides only natural gas, is protesting environmental group demands that it help customers switch to clean electricity

Colorado pitches even more “intensity” caps on oil and gas to help fight ozone

Environmental groups hit air regulators’ plan for no enforcement, too much wiggle room

Colorado’s recycling rates are atrocious. Here’s how one Denver-area restaurant is trying to change that.

The state remains stuck at 16% reuse, only half the national average, but new laws on plastic bags and Styrofoam containers may boost efforts

How is Colorado doing on cutting carbon emissions? Not great, state analysis says.

To meet ambitious 50% reduction by 2030 requires tougher limits on fossil fuels, more free transit and denser land planning.

Colorado’s latest tool to fight forest fires: Mushrooms

Infusing slash and wood chips on vast forest floors with mycelium could dampen fuel and improve soil quality, enthusiastic researchers say.

Colorado passes mandate for 82% electric vehicle sales by 2032

Colorado renewed and expanded its mandate for electric vehicles to take over the state new car market in coming years, passing a requirement for EVs to make up 82% of dealer lots by 2032. Th...