Fort Collins


Fri February 14, 2014

Volatility Can Take All The Fun Out Of Spending Bitcoin

A growing number of Colorado brick-and-mortar businesses are accepting Bitcoin. But the currency remains volitile.
Grace Hood KUNC


Thu February 13, 2014
Oil and Gas

Groups Seek To Join Lawsuit, Defend Fracking Moratorium In Fort Collins

A workover rig performs remedial work on an existing water injection well just inside Fort Collins city limits, Oct. 22 2013.
Grace Hood KUNC

Citizens for a Healthy Fort Collins, Sierra Club and Earthworks have filed a motion to intervene in the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s lawsuit against Fort Collins over a voter approved 5-year fracking moratorium.

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Tue February 11, 2014

EPA Chief Visits Fort Collins For Environmental Roundtable

John Stokes, director of the Fort Collins Natural Areas Department, discusses Poudre River projects with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and Fort Collins Mayor Karen Weitkunat.
Grace Hood KUNC

Climate change and how local governments can respond to it was front and center during a visit to Fort Collins Feb. 11 by White House officials and the Head of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Wed February 5, 2014

Climate Change Hubs Created To Give Farmers Survival Tips

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the creation of the research hubs, saying farmers need to be proactive in mitigating the effects of climate change.
Credit Luke Runyon / KUNC and Harvest Public Media


Tue February 4, 2014
Oil and Gas

Fort Collins Responds To COGA Fracking Lawsuit

Fort Collins voters passed Initiative 2A 57-43 percent on Nov. 5. The Colorado Oil And Gas Association is challenging the voter-approved moratorium on fracking.
Grace Hood KUNC