Michael Elizabeth Sakas
There are new calls for stronger building codes in Colorado after devastating suburban wildfires. The towns weren't considered at high risk for fire, but the warming climate is changing that calculus.
For a century, Native American tribes have been excluded from negotiations on how to share water from the Colorado River. States say this is set to change, and tribes are pushing to make sure it does.
When cows overgraze it's bad for the soil and the climate. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is experimenting with virtual fencing to help avoid overgrazing.