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Advocacy Groups Celebrate Key Step Towards Climate Goals and Cleaner Air

DENVER — Today, the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) voted unanimously to adopt new emissions rules for the oil and gas industry.
December 19, 2019/by Press Team
Alejandro Flores Munoz and Will Cook with Stokes Poke truck

The Healthy Future Hustle

Stokes Poké partners with Conservation Colorado because we agree that the environment, economy, and social justice are inseparable.
December 16, 2019/by Koki Atcheson
Family of four stands in a field in front of a mountain

Colorado’s Business Leaders Preserving Our Iconic Winters

As skiers and Colorado-based business owners, it’s our job to provide common-sense solutions that benefit our customers, our bottom lines, and the mountain environments that we love.
December 12, 2019/by Koki Atcheson
Mountain landscape at Rocky Mountain National Park.

Colorado Gives Day: 10 Wins for Our Air, Lands, Water, and Communities in 2020

This Colorado Gives Day help us turn our goals into action! Learn what your donation will help us accomplish for our air, lands, water, and communities.
December 2, 2019/by Asheton Gilbertson
Beautiful lake in Colorado mountain landscape.

Colorado’s Opportunity to Set an Example for the Nation: Why Stronger Methane Rules Matter

To help us get a better idea of what new stronger methane rules will do and what they will mean for Colorado, we sat down with our advocate Sophia Mayott-Guerrero.
November 13, 2019/by Asheton Gilbertson
Conservation Colorado logo with text "The future is worth the fight"

Conservation Colorado reiterates support for DREAMers as U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on DACA

DENVER — Conservation Colorado today reiterated its solidarity with DACA recipients and support for partners working on behalf of immigrants in our state and nation.
November 12, 2019/by Press Team
Climate striker holding sign "the climate is changing, why aren't we?"

Working Toward Our Strongest Conservation Movement Yet

The hard work you put in to organize, advocate, and make your voice heard made a difference. Our conservation movement is stronger than ever.
November 8, 2019/by Asheton Gilbertson

New Poll Shows Coloradans Support Prioritizing Health and Safety

New polling validates what we’ve known for years: Coloradans value protecting public health and safety, the environment, and wildlife over profits for the oil and gas industry.
November 6, 2019/by Asheton Gilbertson

A Cornerstone Public Lands Package

To me, public lands stewardship means dismantling barriers so that all people may access the protected landscapes in perpetuity. Which is why I support the CORE Act.
November 1, 2019/by Koki Atcheson
CORE Act graphic, Gunnison scenery in the background

Colorado public lands bill moves to US Senate following House vote

DENVER — Conservation, recreation and wildlife groups across Colorado welcomed a vote in Congress today that helped move important public lands legislation from the U.S. House of Representatives on to the U.S. Senate.
October 31, 2019/by Press Team
Senator Cory Gardner helped dismantle the EPA. Photo of Sen. Gardner with air pollution

Conservation Colorado and Rocky Mountain Values Launch New Climate-focused Television Commercial

DENVER — This week, Conservation Colorado and Rocky Mountain Values launched a new television commercial that pushes Sen. Cory Gardner to protect our environment and clean air.
October 29, 2019/by Press Team
Sleeping Ute Mountain

Decolonizing the Conservation Movement: Prioritizing Tribal Outreach in Southwest Colorado

The conservation community — which has traditionally excluded Indigenous voices — needs to recognize tribal outreach as a top priority as we strive to achieve our values of inclusion and intersectionality.
October 25, 2019/by Asheton Gilbertson