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.

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.

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.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has upended lives and shifted timelines, our work to protect our climate, air, lands, waters, and communities continues.

Coloradans speak out on why the COGCC must follow through on common-sense oil and gas reform by making rules to prioritize health and safety.

Issamar Pichardo, Protégete Community Organizer, shares why preventing plastic pollution matters to her as a traveler, environmentalist, and Latina.

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.

Finangi, Protégete Community Organizer, shares her story of why she is fighting for environmental justice and community power.

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.

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.