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Conservation Groups Statement on Release of Governor Polis’ Climate Roadmap

Coloradans — in the midst of a global health crisis and on the heels of our worst wildfire season ever — overwhelmingly want climate leadership.
September 30, 2020/by Garrett Garner-Wells
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Statements on COGCC Mission Change Rulemaking

When it comes to oil and gas drilling in our state, the public supports protecting our health, safety and environment. As the COGCC embarks on this historic Mission Change rulemaking, we urge them to adopt comprehensive rules that set minimum statewide standards to protect all Coloradans, no matter which part of our state they call home.
August 24, 2020/by Garrett Garner-Wells
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Statements on Colorado oil and gas ballot deal

Governor Jared Polis announced an agreement between environmental groups and the oil and gas industry to end the Colorado oil and gas ballot wars in 2020 and 2022.
July 24, 2020/by Press Team
The 30x30 goal will protect Colorado's beautiful outdoor places for future generations, places like Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park

30×30: A Bold Vision to Protect Our Lands and Waters

Learn more about the 30x30 Goal, what it is, and why Colorado must take the lead in protecting nature.
July 22, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Globeville Elyria Swansea Today Map

Mapping for Environmental Justice in Globeville, Elyria-Swansea

In Globeville and Elyria-Swansea, historic and persistent heavy industry leads to environmental injustice. Mapping and community stories chart a new course.
July 17, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Oil and gas pump jack in front of mountain landscape

Update: Professional Oil and Gas Commissioners Hired

The Colorado Oil and Gas new professional Commission brings varied expertise to make sound decisions to implement SB-181. Here's how you can weigh in.
July 17, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Denver Capitol Building

Progress made for our environment and communities — but more to be done

Despite the challenges, Colorado's legislative session led to big wins for the environment and communities — but leaders must rebuild better, investing in the environment, public health, and racial justice.
June 18, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Miguel with Outfront Activists

From Working in the Oilfield to Mobilizing for Environmental Justice

Oil and gas hazards threaten all Colorado residents, but especially industry employees. A just climate future must include safe options to earn a good wage.
June 18, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Colorado State Primary Election: Everything You Need to Know

Ballots were just mailed out to voters for Colorado’s first ever presidential primary. Here's what you need to know to register and cast your ballot.
June 12, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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PRESS RELEASE – New polling shows support for strong climate action in Colorado; achieving Colorado’s greenhouse gas reduction targets amidst COVID-19 pandemic

New polling from Conservation Colorado, Western Resource Advocates, and Global Strategy Group shows support for bold climate action amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 10, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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PRESS RELEASE: New polling shows overwhelming support for new air and water quality bills that protect the public from toxic pollution

New polling from Conservation Colorado and Keating Research highlights broad support for state legislative action to reduce toxic pollution.
May 28, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Native Land is a tool that maps out Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages.

Beyond a Land Acknowledgement: Indigenous People and Public Lands

Tribal inclusion in public lands management means more than a lands acknowledgement. Read highlights from a panel discussion with Ernest House Jr. and Anna Cordova.
May 18, 2020/by Ben Lerman