The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) estimates up to 40 percent of the food produced in the United States, 35 million tons of edible food, goes uneaten.
Virtual, or cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, are different than so-called fiat currencies; virtual currencies are not backed by any government. In fact, they are not backed by any one entity at all.
Working in the gig or freelance economy is appealing to many self-motivated individuals due to the flexibility, variety and work-life balance.
For the last decade, West Colfax Avenue provided a firebreak from gentrification in the popular Sloan’s Lake neighborhood. While new duplex and other multi-family projects sprang up around the lake, the south side of Colfax – just three blocks from the “W” light rail line – was a pariah.
With just less than a month’s worth of inventory available to the homebuyer today and four months being the rule of thumb for a balanced buyers-to-sellers market, the prices, though slowing, are sure to increase in 2018 as demand, once again, conquers supply.
One challenge is that students don’t have a clear understanding of what STEM professionals do.
Attorney General Sessions’ recent decision to rescind the Cole memo has created a vacuum of information, leaving the marijuana industry filled with speculation and removing its biggest incentive to comply with local regulations — federal criminal prosecution.
Need drove this partnership. Denver Water needed a new water quality laboratory, but Denver Water CEO Jim Lochhead thought circumstances deserved something bigger than a mere lab. He defines four pillars:
By using technology to help encourage people to pursue healthy behaviors, and to more easily navigate the system, the goal is to advance care management and set the foundation for better outcomes in the future.
Colorado is still heavily dependent on coal as an energy source. In fact, Xcel Energy reported in 2016 that coal was still its primary source for electricity in Colorado at 46 percent, followed by natural gas at 25 percent, wind at 23 percent, and hydro/solar at 6 percent.
The foremost consideration for Gen XYZ judges is professional achievement, with emphasis on the most recent two years.
Colorado has seen greater volatility in the coincident index in the last year, but it appears Colorado is becoming more average as opposed to a stellar performer.