A state group examining water speculation identified eight ideas to stop water hoarding, but failed to provide legislative recommendations.
There's still no consensus about what should be done to prevent investors from profiting off of speculating on the state’s water.
The Arkansas Valley Conduit promises to bring clean drinking water to more residents of southeast Colorado.
Colorado lawmakers approved bills to help finance the Colorado Water Plan, protect watersheds, mitigate wildfires and recover from drought.
Craig officials and river enthusiasts are hoping a long-overlooked natural resource just south of town can help create economic resilience.
As a developer seeks an easement in the Kaibab National Forest, the character of surrounding towns and parks could drastically change.
Some worry about Wall Street’s involvement in trading water, but two researchers argue the risks are likely overblown.
Imposing hefty taxes on speculative water sales, requiring that water rights purchased by investors be held for several years before they can be resold, and requiring special state approval of such sales are three ideas that might help Colorado protect its water resources from speculators.
Drought, growth, climate change, budget cuts, wildfires and competing demands for water are among the challenges facing the Colorado Water Plan.
Coloradans legally bet more than $1.1 billion on sports in 2020, exceeding expectations and funneling some cash to the Colorado Water Plan sooner than anticipated.