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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
Colorado must set a nationally leading example for bold, equitable, and urgent climate action.

Three Ways to Act on Climate – While at Home!

Even though we can't all be in the same room together, we can still make an impact. Here are 3 actions you can take right now – while at home! – to ensure Colorado sets a nationally leading example for bold, equitable, and urgent climate action.
May 18, 2020/by Ben Lerman
Climate advocacy calls for the end of fossil fuels.

Four Ways Climate Change Impacts Colorado

These four ways that climate change impacts Colorado give us all four more reasons to take bold, equitable climate action today!
May 13, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Your Questions Answered on Colorado Oil and Gas Industry Regulations

We've reviewed the COGCC’s new draft oil and gas rules, and we're preparing to defend wins while bringing attention to several areas in need of improvement.
May 4, 2020/by Ben Lerman

Environmental Injustices Worsen the Impacts of Coronavirus

With the coronavirus making environmental injustices abundantly clear, it's time to find policy solutions that close racial gaps to benefit all Coloradans.
April 28, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Colorado Outdoor Businesses Support their Communities Through COVID-19

We applaud the efforts of Colorado Outdoor Business Alliance members to support their communities and are proud to recognize their response to coronavirus.
April 22, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

The 50th anniversary of Earth Day will look different than past observances, but taking action is just as important. Take a stand in these 3 ways.
April 20, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Conservation Colorado’s Government Affairs Director explains how COVID-19 will impact the Colorado legislature and how you can stay involved

Katie Belgard, our government affairs director, answers questions about changes in the Colorado legislature with COVID-19 and how you can stay involved.
April 14, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Majority Rules: A Right to Shape Your Community’s Future

Dave and Leslie explain how their experiences living on the front lines of oil and gas development in Garfield County inspire them to take action and organize their communities.
April 1, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Here’s Our Take on Colorado’s New Draft Oil and Gas Rules

We've reviewed the COGCC’s new draft oil and gas rules, and we're preparing to defend wins while bringing attention to several areas in need of improvement.
March 30, 2020/by Ben Lerman
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Ten Things You Should Know About Colorado’s Oil and Gas Industry

Here in Colorado, the oil and gas industry has had too much influence for too long while our communities and environment suffer.
March 25, 2020/by Ben Lerman