January 14, 2020

Happy New Year! As 2020 begins, the RS&E Team are proud to announce that Kimberly Jackson has been named the Board Chair for Sustainable Development Strategies Group (SDSG)! Congratulations, Kimberly!

SDSG is recognized globally for their focus on international law and...

Well friends, it is almost 2019 here in the Great Southwest and we are entering what appears to be an all too familiar problem. What is this lingering issue, you ask. One word. Drought. Well, actually two words. Sustained Drought. Scientists at Colorado State Universit...

Welcome to fall, everyone!! It’s been a lengthy hiatus from the blog as summer months were consumed with oodles upon oodles of interesting work projects, consultations, and the planning of weddings for two members of the RS & E group. Let’s get the new season rolling w...

December 6, 2016

Over the last few months, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North Dakota have been in the international spotlight for their stance on an oil and gas project developed and engineered by Energy Transfer Partners, a Dallas-based natural gas pipeline company. For those of u...

It has been a little over one year since a contractor working for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) caused an adit breach at the Gold King Mine, situated in the high mountains that spire above the historic mining town of Silverton, Colorado. The entire region,...

Colorado is in the midst of one of the most epic housing booms in recent history. The inventory for new homes is at an all time low, which means that the cost of home ownership has become unattainable for either the short term (best case scenario) or the long term (wor...