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Increasing demand for Western Slope water to supply a burgeoning Front Range population could put the squeeze on Ouray County water users, according to Andy Mueller, Ouray attorney and vice-president of the Colorado River Water Conservation District Board of Directors.
Some January day in the future, you might be sitting in your living room, drinking coffee made from bottled water and looking across the sand dunes in the front yard.
Kenney assessed the performance of cities during the 2002 drought and said the procedures put in place by cities then were appropriate and effective. Not only did they cut immediate water use, but they provided the public with an education about the semi-arid land in which they live.
The majority of water utilities and providers in Colorado have failed to submit required water conservation and drought plans, state officials said Wednesday. The failure raises questions of how prepared Colorado is for the next drought.
Policies put into place today to counter the worst effects of climate change will take years to take hold, but could reduce the rate of change and improve Colorado’s long-range planning, Gov. Bill Ritter said Wednesday.
Scientists pooh-pooh dowsers like Mr. Stine, saying their abilities are roughly on par with a roll of the dice.
Environmental campaigners have attacked Starbucks after the discovery that millions of litres of water are wasted in its coffee shops every day, contradicting its much-boasted green credentials.
Last month, the Pueblo Board of Water Works reaffirmed the need for more water acquisition even as it was dusting itself off from a failed attempt last year to purchase a controlling interest in the Bessemer Ditch.
Colorado Springs and the Bureau of Reclamation are looking at a 40-year agreement that would ensure the city’s diversions from the Blue River do not interfere with a federal power project.
Denver Water teams up with Mile High Youth Corps to replace old toilets with efficient ones, conserving thousands of gallons a year for drought-mindful customers.