Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Economy
Outdoor recreation in Colorado accounts for 2.7% of our state’s economy, one of the highest levels in all states in the nation.
From the beginning of the pandemic –and the move to work from home– pundits proclaimed the imminent death of big cities and their downtowns.
The economic clout of outdoor recreation is motivating more and more states and municipalities to elevate the industry as a high priority...
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As people look ahead to a post-COVID future, some see trends which could produce long-term structural changes in U.S. employment.
2021 is the 73rd year for the University of Colorado Conference on World Affairs (CWA). The conference is known for bringing together...
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