As every health care policy shares the central aim of containing costs, better integrating and aligning the health care and outdoor industries makes good fiscal sense. Colorado is uniquely positioned to serve as a Petri dish and reap the benefits of the correlation.
Although many Coloradans associate regular exercise and wholesome eating with a healthy lifestyle (they’re not wrong), there’s still one major element of the wellness mix that’s often overlooked: the buildings and spaces where we live, work, learn and play.
Kicking off Oct. 17 (and carrying through Oct. 25), Denver Design Week offers tours, panels, keynotes and discussions on how design contributes to the city’s economic, social and cultural quality of life.
Colorado is now squarely on the radar. Companies are recognizing the public land-rich state as prime testing grounds for outdoor sports and adventure products, not to mention a healthy, active lifestyle that could help attract and retain employees.
Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech are proposing the minimum wage hike. This is the result of new legislation, HB19-1210, which gives local governments the authority to set a citywide minimum wage greater than the state constitutional wage.
Food halls are on fire in Colorado: There were about 10 in Denver at last count, several more on the Front Range, and projects in the works in Boulder, Golden, Colorado Springs and Edgewater.
Colorado businesses are on the leading edge of a trend to do well by doing good, with one of the highest concentrations of B Corp-certified companies in the country.
Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster and the Denver- and Loveland-based real estate developer McWHINNEY plan to build a “Pollinator District,” a plant-rich area that supports pollinators such as bees, butterflies, other beneficial insects, birds and small mammals
Whether through downsizing, relocation or a restructuring of your workplace strategy, there are options on the table to prevent you from overpaying for your real estate.
A game-changing industry like cannabis has far-reaching impacts. Colorado’s real estate industry is sharing knowledge with professionals across the U.S.
In recent election cycles, Colorado (and Denver) have consistently boasted some of the highest voter turnouts in the country. In the 2018 midterm election, the state was ranked at No.2, second only to Minnesota, with 61.9% of eligible voters casting a ballot.
Xcel's way forward includes cutting carbon emissions 80% from 2005 levels by 2030 and achieving net-zero carbon by 2050. In doing so, Jackson hopes to help provide reliable electricity in a safe, economical and sustainable manner.