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Most popular Denver Post stories about energy and the oil and gas industry from 2019 30.12.2019 Denver Post: Business
Here’s a look back at the five most engaging stories about energy and the oil and gas industry from The Denver Post in 2019, as determined by our readers.
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“Bleak” U.N. report finds world heading to climate catastrophes 27.11.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Humanity is headed toward climate catastrophes, according to a U.N. report issued Tuesday, with China and the United States, the two biggest polluters, having expanded their carbon footprints last year.
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“Efficiency” jobs make up 22% of Colorado’s energy sector, new report says 21.9.2019 Denver Post: Business
The number of Coloradans working in energy efficiency grew by 7.2% in 2018 and they now make up 22 percent of the state's energy workers, a new report says.
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Xcel Energy-Colorado’s proposed rate increase to face public scrutiny 20.9.2019 Denver Post: Business
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission will begin taking public comment next week on a rate increase Xcel Energy-Colorado proposed in May.
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Three Colorado Fortune 500 companies try to turn might into right — for the environment 13.9.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
When you're a Ball Corp., Vail Resorts or DaVita Kidney Care, your carbon footprint can be massive. On the flip side, that footprint, which spreads across multiple locations in this and other countries, can be transformative if your goal is to go 100 percent renewable energy.
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Your food has labels. These entrepreneurs think your outdoor brands should, too — for the climate 19.6.2019 Denver Post: Local
Outdoor brands Peak Design and BioLite operate their companies as carbon neutral entities. Now they've helped created a path for the rest of the outdoor industry to follow suit.
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Community Ag Alliance: Answering questions about waste 22.10.2015 Steamboat Pilot
In the past week, several people have sent us an opinion piece from the New York Times by John Tierney. What: October Talking Green — The Green House Gas Legacy of Food Production and Waste Where: Steamboat Springs Art Depot When: 5:30 p.m., Oct. 27 Who: Mark Easter, senior research associate, CSU Natural Resources Ecology Lab Information: This lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, visit yvsc.org In the article, Tierney suggests recycling and composting are “costly and ineffectual,” and it would be better for both the economy and the environment to landfill our waste. Coincidentally, this article was published within weeks of the USDA and EPA announcing a national food waste reduction goal, calling for a 50-percent reduction by 2030. So which is the right answer? Should we move towards a zero-waste community or should we send everything to the landfill? Do the economic and environmental benefits of reducing food waste, composting and recycling outweigh the transportation costs? In ...
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The energy haves and have-nots 8.4.2014 High Country News Most Recent
Will rooftop solar owners get off the grid — and leave other power users in the dark?
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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Certified green 13.2.2014 Telluride: News
According to General Manager Noel Daniel, the Hotel Madeline Telluride recently adopted paperless check-in and check-out, overhauled its mechanical systems to make them more efficient, replaced regular light bulbs with LEDs and buys locally whenever it can to cut down on energy use associated with transportation.
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