I'm an environmentalist. And I don't support Clean Air-Clean Jobs. This is tough to admit, and I'm sure it's going to draw the ire of some of my colleagues.
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Wouldn't our nation be great to spawn a clean energy economy that favors technologies our young people can safely handle, with low barriers for entrepreneurial entry, with no risks of being weaponized?
A demonstration called on Governor Ritter to stop clowning around when it comes to confronting global warming. Greenhouse gas emissions are actually on the rise in Colorado thanks to Xcel Energy.
All the renewable energy in the world can't and won't make up for the fact that unless Colorado starts cutting back on coal burning, greenhouse gases are going to keep climbing.
After an eight-month battle, Xcel Energy this month won a $128.3 million rate increase. Now a second battle is brewing over who, exactly, should foot ...
Of Colorado's power generation, 70 percent comes from one fuel type: coal, which the United States Geological Survey has estimated will stop being cheap in as little as two decades.
Xcel Energy will bring out their top guns to argue in support of their proposed rate increase that will increase our base rates in Colorado to pay for the new 750MW coal plant in Pueblo.
Climate defenders need a simple, concrete frame that captures the CO2 crisis, hopefully one that can be grasped with a high-school education. It's the acid story.
Despite a new wind turbine in Boulder, the elephant in the middle of the New Energy Economy is Comanche 3, the 750 megawatt coal plant in Colorado coming online as soon as next month.
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