The University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs will host a First Friday Breakfast October 4 to discuss Colorado’s advancements in energy, particularly renewable energy.
A new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the University of California San Francisco suggests that climate change events, like Colorado wildfires, bear an even bigger cost than previously considered.
After four attempted (and failed) recalls of Colorado Democratic state legislators, a premature resignation during a recall campaign, and a sixth signature gathering effort underway, Sen. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) has rolled out legislation that would prevent recalls from being abused–and most of his fellow Republicans are not happy.
The Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) expects Colorado’s clean energy industry of over 65,000 workers to expand by as much as nine percent this year, up from the four percent growth of last year. Over half of this workforce constitutes energy efficiency jobs alone.
With Democratic primary campaigns well under way for 2020, presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) will make his first Colorado appearance Monday, September 9, for a rally in Denver.