Air Quality Researcher Draws Ire of Oil and Gas Industry

Colorado’s Northern Front Range has been out of compliance with federal ozone standards since 2012. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to downgrade the region’s ozone status from “serious” to “severe.” Better air monitoring in some Front Range […]

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Climate Change and Its Impact On Health

“By deploying clean energy and reducing the amount of pollution in the air we can reduce those threats and protect public health.” Travis Madsen with Environment Colorado says that are major implications for public health due to a warming planet. […]

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The State of Colorado’s Air

“We have more days of spikes of particular pollution and worse ozone.” The drier hotter summers in the West have resulted in a worsening air quality in the Denver metro area says Janice Nolan, assistant vice president of national policy […]

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