| by Robert Harris, Senior Staff Attorney
From agriculture to recreation, water markets have the potential to satisfy every important use of the Dolores River.
| by Bart Miller, Healthy Rivers Program Director
Steady progress means that Colorado can achieve the big goals set out in its Water Plan.
| by Jon Goldin-Dubois, President
If the President of the United States fails to lead on reducing carbon pollution, the American people and leaders in our western states will.
| by Jennifer Gardner, Staff Attorney
Electric vehicles could help Utah clean up its air. Rocky Mountain Power is proposing a $10 million pilot program to make owning an electric vehicle more attractive.
| by Chris Scolari, Western Lands Program Director
Westerners care deeply for their national parks and monuments. These public lands help citizens of the West find solace and inspiration in what has otherwise become an increasingly hectic world. Indeed many Westerners choose to live here primarily because of access afforded to cherished and conserved landscapes. Gazing up at big skies, taking that much… Read more »
Drew Beckwith of WRA Receives Emerging Leader Award from the Colorado Foundation for Water Education
| by Joan Clayburgh, Communications Director
This month our own Drew Beckwith was honored with the Colorado Foundation for Water Education’s Emerging Leader Award. This prestigious award is given to up-and-coming leaders working to educate Coloradans on our state’s most finite and precious resource: water. But, for those of us who know Drew, his leadership has long been on display on… Read more »
| by Drew Beckwith, Water Policy Manager
Should we be watering lawns with our drinking water? As our water-strapped region seeks to balance growing populations in our cities with the needs of our world-class rivers, the future of urban water conservation efforts will increasingly be focused on outdoor water use.