Water in the West: Will Front Range growth trump river health?

20th August, 2014 by

By Lauren Glendenning

This is the final part in a four-part series about water in the West as it related to the Colorado Water Plan. Climate change might not be the end all, be all in the state’s water discussion, but Brad Udall knows it needs to at least be a part of it. “The proper way to deal with climate change is to get out of the scientific battles and deal with it as a risk,” said Udall, who is the director and principal investigator of the University of Colorado-National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Western Water Assessment. While Colorado isn’t dealing with what …

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