Conservation Colorado will play a leading role this legislative session to make sure all Coloradans have clean air, a reliable supply of clean water, and affordable housing near clean transportation options.

We’re asking President Biden to take executive action to protect many of the lands in the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act.

Thanks to the support of our movement, Colorado made progress towards protecting our climate, land, air, water and communities in the 2022 legislative session.

We urge our leaders to pass a budget with investments that will improve Colorado’s environment and our quality of life.

West Slope Director Luke Schafer has helped us win major battles in his long career with Conservation Colorado. Now, he urges us to act in the fight of our lives against climate change.

In 2021, we came together and secured key wins in the fight for our future.

Today, the Biden administration announced that it will expand protections and honor Indigenous communities led by the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition.

Conservation Colorado’s 2021 legislative scorecard highlights state legislative conservation victories and the elected officials who made them possible.

Colorado must lead the way among the states by working to conserve and restore 30 percent of our state’s lands by 2030.