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A Transportation Situation

Colorado’s population is growing. How can we support our increasing population with transportation systems that work? As anyone who’s been stuck in traffic recently can tell you, Colorado has a transportation problem. Our roads are deteriorating, our highways are...

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Why Colorado’s Legislative Session Matters for Conservation

January 10, 2018 marks the start of Colorado’s legislative session. And for the next four months, we’ll need to work together to determine our path forward to protect our air, water, public lands, and communities. We are facing a turning point for our environment. As...

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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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