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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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Making Sense of Climate Science Denial – free course!

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MSU Denver Meteorology Professor Keah Schuenemann has teamed up with skepticalscience.com to create a free Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) through EdX on Making Sense of Climate Science Denial.  She is a big fan of 350.org and has created the course with you in mind!  You will learn how to effectively debunk climate information by […]

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350CO Activists Spotlight

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Huge thanks to Kay and Robert Parker for their tremendous work for 350 Colorado!   Why We are Activists with 350 Colorado, 350 Central Colorado and 350 Action…We have always thought of ourselves as Environmentalists.  I was the tree hugger variety.  As a sculptor I worked hard to never kill a tree to use as a sculpture.  […]

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Say No to Corporate Power Grabs – REJECT THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP!

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Many 350 groups and partners have been working to stop the Fast Tracking of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) ‘trade’ agreement through Congress because the TPP contains provisions giving corporations a back door veto of laws we need to stop global warming and protect our health and local environments. (More background on TPP below.)Fast Track is Coming Very Soon.  […]

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Mark you calendar! Climate Lobby Day April 30th

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Posted on behalf of Ryan Denham, of 350 Denver   350 Colorado’s Climate Lobby Day is only 20 days away! Join us Thursday April 30th in Denver to make an impact at the Statehouse. Location: We’ll be meeting at the First Baptist Church (across the street from Capitol) 1373 Grant Street in the Fellowship Room at 8:00 am […]

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In the face of low oil prices, big banks get legislation passed to place the burden of their risky side-bets on taxpayers

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(By Nathan Parkin)  Citigroup’s change to Dodd Frank Legislation leaves the taxpayer holding the ‘derivatives’ bag.  Low oil prices have major banks nervous of significant default in the oil patch, notably fracking companies that were bleeding cash at $100 oil. What better way to hedge yourself than to craft a change to derivative law and […]

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