Think that what happens at federal agencies doesn’t have much of an impact in Colorado? Think again.
When changes happen at the federal level, it’s easy to feel like those changes are restricted to Washington D.C. and won’t affect the daily lives of Colorado residents. This, however, is not so. Colorado is home to federal agency offices in all sectors, from the...read more
It’s been three months since the election, and over that time we’ve gotten more insight into how President Trump intends to lead. For our planet and future generations, it’s not good news. He nominated a climate change denier who has sued the Environmental Protection...read more
I am writing today from outside of Washington, D.C. where I’ve traveled with my wife and our two teenage daughters so we can march for the protection of our values, our rights, and, of course, our environment. Later this morning, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the...read more
They say that one journey can change your life. It happened to me. When I was ten years old, my dad and I drove from my home state of Georgia to Colorado and Utah, where I was immediately taken with the red rocks, swirling sandstone, and contortionist arches that...read more
It’s Time for Colorado’s Communities to Join Together and Fight for Environmental and Social Justice
In the face of the new political normal that will commence on January 20th, those of us who have been fighting for justice, civil rights, equity, and equality are taking a hard look at how we can double down on our work, particularly as it relates to environmental...read more
This year holds a lot of promise, in spite of a disappointing start to 2017 for environmental issues on the federal level, with President-elect Trump’s nomination of several very concerning cabinet nominees. But the election has not changed what we plan to do here in...read more
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