| by Maren McLaughlin-Klotz, Digital Marketing and Creative Content Manager
The COGCC has finalized rules for increased penalties and new mandatory fines for industry violations that impact or threaten human health, safety, or the environment.
| by Gwen Farnsworth, Senior Energy Policy Advisor
Colorado has approved the first ever recycled energy program. Recycled energy produces electricity with no added emissions and no additional fuel.
| by Jon Goldin-Dubois, President
To protect quality of life and what we love about the West, we need to be on the forefront of a powerful transformation. President Jon Gold-Dubois shares Western Resource Advocates’ strategy for 2015 to protect the majestic Rockies, pristine wildlands, deserts and powerful canyon cathedrals that make up the true American birthright.
| by Laura Belanger, Water Resources & Environmental Engineer
Higher fines will serve as a strong deterrent and will encourage oil and gas operators to more quickly come into compliance when violations do occur.
WRA has set up a Community Clean Energy Network web site that provides organizations and municipal governments with tools and information about what other communities are doing.
| by Amelia Nuding, Senior Water Resources Analyst
Water management shouldn’t be just water management – it can be about a cycle that address multiple resources.