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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Boulder NoKXL photo 3

Feb. 3rd, 2014 - Thanks to everyone who attended the No KXL Pipeline vigils and marches in Boulder, Denver and Loveland!  Despite freezing temperatures and ~24 hours notice, about 100 people came out in Boulder to urge Obama to reject the pipeline!


It’s time to Go Fossil Free!


Students at more than 250 universities and colleges across the U.S. have launched Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaigns on their campuses.  Go towww.GoFossilFree.org to learn more and join or start a campaign on your campus!  Graduated?  Alumni, donor, and community member support is also much needed – and consider starting a fossil free campaign in your city, place of worship, or with your pension plan!Why it’s time to go fossil free – do the math: we can burn 565 more gigatons of carbon dioxide and stay below 2°C of warming — anything more than that risks catastrophe for life on earth.


Draw the Line on the KXL Pipeline


Thanks to all 350 Colorado supporters and allies who joined us for our “DRAW THE LINE “ Action Day, on Saturday, September 21, 2013.Putting people power to work again at the event here in Denver and around the Nation, we showed President Obama and other leaders that our commitment to defending our communities and stopping the tar sands is non-negotiable.President Obama has said that he’s willing to stop the pipeline if he thinks it ‘significantly contribute[s]’ to climate change — so we’ll keep rising up to keep the tar sands oil in the ground, prevent atmospheric CO2 from rising to 600ppm, and not allow “game over” for the climate (- quote from NASA scientist James Hansen).Through art and movement, over 200 people joined together at our State Capitol and marched by the Suncor (a Canadian company) tar sands local corporate office to the Canadian Consul Office, drawing lines to send an unmistakable message that the tar sands are a climate disaster and President Obama must stop the pipeline.


Colorado Public Radio fracking 101 series


CPR has been producing a series on fracking. Read on for the latest episode.

Energy companies are tapping huge amounts of oil and gas in Colorado, creating a boom in the state that is changing the landscape. As such, new machines and technologies are appearing in rural and urban areas across the state.


Sen. Bennet: Don’t support the KXL Pipeline!


Coloradans tell Sen. Michael Bennet: REJECT THE KXL PIPELINE!

On April 22nd Senator Michael Bennet voted to support the KXL tar sands oil pipeline via a budget amendment.  On April 5th, the 2-week anniversary of this vote, 350 Colorado and partners gathered outside Sen. Bennet’s office for a “Funeral for Our Future” to mourn future impacts of climate change if the KXL pipeline is not stopped.