Alexis, Finangi, and Issamar with anti-plastics activist at the Colorado State Capitol

Stop Plastic Pollution: For Our State, For Our Planet

Issamar Pichardo, Protégete Community Organizer, shares why preventing plastic pollution matters to her as a traveler, environmentalist, and Latina.
March 10, 2020/by Koki Atcheson
Majority Rules graphic: Communities over oil and gas profits

Majority Rules: Senate Bill 181 passed. Rules will determine what happens next.

In this blog series, we will demystify what’s coming next in the rulemaking process and amplify the stories of change makers who are actively holding industry accountable.
March 3, 2020/by Koki Atcheson
Fina and Promotores at the opening of the Westminster Community garden

Building Community Power

Finangi, Protégete Community Organizer, shares her story of why she is fighting for environmental justice and community power.
March 3, 2020/by Koki Atcheson
The Colorado Water Plan protects rivers like the Yampa.

Colorado’s Water Plan keeps rivers flowing. But not without a reliable cash flow. Here’s what you need to know about the Colorado Water Plan.

When it comes to the Colorado Water Plan, we all have a lot of questions. Here are the answers you need to know about our state’s water plan: what’s in it, what it will cost, and why you should care.
February 27, 2020/by Asheton Gilbertson
Advocates gather around a podium to celebrate Latino Advocacy Day 2019

Community Leaders Share the Personal Impact of Latina/o Advocacy Day

To celebrate 14 years of Latino Advocacy Day, here are five stories from folks who went to LAD and are now working in political and social justice fields.
February 21, 2020/by Koki Atcheson
Wildfire scar with Aspens

Three Reasons why Colorado needs House Bill 1261, a Climate Action Plan

House Bill 1261, a climate action plan, is an opportunity to create a framework to tackle climate change and preserve our outdoor legacy by setting a 90 percent carbon-reduction target by 2050.
February 20, 2020/by Asheton Gilbertson
Wind turbines on rolling hills during a clear day

What does a Climate Action Plan mean for Colorado?

Thanks to your support, in 2019, Colorado’s Climate Action Plan—the most significant climate change bill in Colorado history—became law!
February 11, 2020/by Asheton Gilbertson
Carbon emissions are released during energy production

Can you name the largest sources of carbon emissions in Colorado?

Colorado has taken huge steps to cut carbon emissions from electricity and transportation. But have we taken the same bold actions across all sectors? Click here to find out!
February 10, 2020/by Asheton Gilbertson
Colorado voters hold letters spelling out "Colorado Votes"

Colorado’s Presidential Primary

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.
February 10, 2020/by Garrett Garner-Wells
Climate activists gather at the Colorado State Capitol

Colorado’s Faith Communities Call for Climate Action

To address climate change, activists from all backgrounds are joining forces to create our healthy future. Members of faith communities speak up.
February 7, 2020/by Koki Atcheson
CORE Act will protect 400,000 Colorado acres

Celebrating the CORE Act One Year After Introduction

Learn why veterans, recreationists, and communities across the state want to see the CORE Act signed into law.
January 30, 2020/by Asheton Gilbertson
Brown cloud over I-25

Fighting Unhealthy Air Pollution in Denver

Community members and UCD students lead the charge in documenting and fighting unhealthy air pollution in Globeville and Elyria-Swansea.
January 28, 2020/by Koki Atcheson