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Our Biggest Wins in 2017

There’s no tiptoeing around it: 2017 was a tough year. From natural disasters to political fiascos, this year has been marked by tough news and divisiveness. The People’s Climate March in Denver. But we’re happy to say that we made progress for protecting Colorado’s...

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From Panama to Colorado: A Path to Environmental Justice

During Hispanic Heritage Month, we sat down with Juan Pérez Sáez, our Protégete Organizing Manager, to discuss how his heritage led him to work in Environmental Justice. Juan hiking in Snowmass, Colorado How about we start off talking about your background and what...

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Colorado, We Have A Problem

A Deep Dive Into Our State’s Water Challenges and What to Do About Them The recent record heat, threat of drought, and the full onslaught of summer all have us thinking about our water here in Colorado. Water is incredibly important to our state. In fact, inscribed...

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This Is Why Canyons of the Ancients Deserves Protection

Four people weigh in on why this national monument should remain protected. Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, photo by Bob Wick, BLM. Across the U.S., our national parks and monuments are widely revered. In a 2017 poll of seven Western states, 80% of voters...

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