Monthly Archives: August 2016

Insights on net-zero energy homes in Colorado

Architects explain challenge and successes of net-zero energy home building in Colorado and what is needed to replicate these successes. Continue reading

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Hemingway antlers returned to Ketchum at last

Hunter Thompson traveled to Idaho in 1964 to investigate what had drawn Ernest Hemingway to Ketchum. Leaving, he took with him a bit of Hemingway memorabilia, the writer’s elk antlers. Continue reading

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Making snow illustrates need for carbon tax

A California ski resort summer snowmaking fanned outrage by climate change activists. Should it? Why not let the carbon tax decide what’s outrageous? Continue reading

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Warming starts to influence Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe has warmed recently as never before, slowing recent gains in improved lake clarity and illustrating remarkably rapid environmental change. Continue reading

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Climate change a factor in Vail Resorts swallowing Whistler

Vail Resorts swallows the biggest fish in the sea of North American skiing, and here’s why the deal works for both fo them. One angle is this: climate change. Continue reading

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