The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that protection of wetlands encompasses only wetlands that adjoin rivers, lakes and other bodies of water.
New Mexico once again owes Texas a massive water debt, so water managers are considering resurrecting the original purpose of the channel.
The state’s fixation on oil and gas development threatens the Colorado River watershed.
A bill making it easier for stream-restoration projects to take place has been gutted after stakeholders couldn’t reach an agreement.
New Mexico faces tough choices as a dire and historic drought continues and the Rio Grande is unable to give everyone what they want or need.
The variability in pollution laws nationwide may be caused by the EPA not requiring state enforcement.
Colorado officials have drafted a bill aimed at addressing a tension between stream restoration projects and water rights holders.
Experts warn that climate change has rendered old assumptions outdated about what the Colorado River can provide, leaving painful water cuts as the only way forward.
Colorado has a new turf replacement program that will finance residential areas to switch their yards to more water efficient landscaping.
Colorado's Environmental Justice Advisory Board is discussing recommendations to help the state strengthen its environmental justice work.