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350 Colorado is working locally to help build the global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis and transition to a sustainable future.

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350 Fort Collins Team delivers fracking comments to state Task Force

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Submitted by Doug Henderson on behalf of the 350 Ft. Collins Team… Statement to Colorado Oil and Gas Task Force 15 January 2015 My name is Doug Henderson. I am a member of the organization 350, a national and  international movement addressing climate change.  350 is active and expanding locally, with thousands of supporters and activists in Colorado, […]

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“More than just clicking links:” 350 Fort Collins forms

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350 Fort Collins got its start two Sundays ago, when a roomful of almost 40 activists from Larimer and Weld counties gathered at the Old Town Fort Collins Library. The group included Colorado State (CSU) and Front Range students and professors, artists, scientists, agriculture students, writers, fractivists, techies, faith leaders, renewable-energy advocates, high school students, […]

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Apply for the NREL Energy Execs Program

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A great opportunity for proponents of renewable energy in Colorado, the NREL National Executive Energy Leadership Academy, is currently taking applications. See below:The Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, is currently accepting applications for its 2015 National Executive Energy Leadership Academy.NREL is the only campus in the DOE research network devoted […]

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Celebrating 350 Colorado Successes is 2014 – Thanks to you!

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Movement Building   Approximately 450 people attended solidarity People’s Climate March events in Boulder and Denver, while more than 400,000 marched in NYC on Sept. 21st, 2014.  350CO helped coordinate over 50 Coloradans who travelled to NYC People’s Climate March and raised funds to send 6 youth leaders.  350CO organized a Whistle Stop Rally at Union Station in Denver to […]

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