A Look at Conservation Priorities for Colorado’s 2020 Legislative Session
By: Asheton Gilbertson
Just days into Colorado’s 2020 legislative session, the question Coloradans are asking this year is how our elected officials will continue to take bold, progressive action to tackle the biggest issues facing our state.
Like the 2019 session, clean air, climate action, and better protections for our lands, water, and wildlife continue to be top-of-mind for Coloradans.
From nationally leading climate policy to once-in-a-generation rules to protect public health, safety, and our environment from oil and gas drilling, Colorado’s pro-conservation legislature made great strides for the health of our environment and communities in 2019.
Now it’s time to build on that progress and protect our Colorado way of life by continuing to invest in a cleaner, brighter future for us all.
Over the next four months, we’ll work with our elected officials to take the next big steps on climate, land, and water issues to preserve what we love so much about this state.
With you by our side, we can ensure that Colorado continues to lead by example and pass bold policies during the 2020 legislative session that will protect our environment and communities for years to come.