The Colorado Sun

Colorado tightens air pollution rules after staff shake-up, whistleblower complaint

by The Colorado Sun | October 26, 2021
“We are encouraged that CDPHE is developing guidance that includes the expertise of their modeling staff,” Chandra Rosenthal, head of the Rocky Mountain PEER Council, said in an email. “However, in the current draft there are a couple of provisions that are backdoor exits for ...

Cory Gardner touts public lands but won’t say if he supports Trump’s pick to oversee them

by The Colorado Sun | July 3, 2020
“U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner helped lead a push to move the Bureau of Land Management headquarters to Colorado. And he is the sponsor of a bill to provide money to acquire public lands and improve national parks. In an interview with The Colorado Sun this week, Gardner repeatedly declined ...

A Western Slope community wants to move beyond its coal legacy. The Trump Administration wants “energy dominance.”

by The Colorado Sun | April 23, 2020
“For nearly a decade, a group of farmers in the North Fork Valley joined with local tourism businesses and conservation groups to craft a resource management plan that could help the Bureau of Land Management shepherd the multiple uses of the valley’s public lands for the next 20 ...