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WE ARE AN UNSTOPPABLE MOVEMENT OF
EVERYDAY PEOPLE, WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD A FOSSIL-FREE FUTURE POWERED BY 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY.

 

From floods to fires, Colorado is already experiencing the impacts of climate change. We have the solutions to solve this crisis, but need your help to overpower fossil fuel interests.

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350 Colorado is a group of thousands of volunteers, supported by a small but powerful staff. We started organizing in 2009 and have grown to be the largest Colorado-based grassroots network focused on taking action to stop climate change. We have over nine volunteer lead teams across the state and over a dozen committees powering strategic, successful campaigns.

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Latest Updates

PRESS RELEASE: Colorado and Canada Pension Funds Called Out for Fossil Fuel Investments Harming Colorado Communities

COLORADO: Impacted Coloradans are sending a clear message to Colorado’s Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP), highlighting harmful fossil fuel investments that are directly and adversely impacting local communities’ health and safety. This week, impacted community members released two videos with messages for both PERA and CPP. 

Press Release: GHG Roadmap is insufficient to adequately address the climate crisis 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 1, 2020 Contact: Micah Parkin, micah@350colorado.org, 504 258 1247 Michaela Mujica-Steiner, michaela@350colorado.org, 720-365-4860 ***PRESS RELEASE*** Colorado Energy Office Releases Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap Climate movement groups say the plan is insufficient to adequately address the climate crisis  DENVER, CO – Yesterday the Colorado Energy Office released its plan for how the state intends to meet greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals established by House Bill 19-1261.

350 Colorado’s Take on the Governor’s Roadmap

Last year, legislation was passed in Colorado to begin addressing Colorado’s contribution to the climate crisis and curbing emissions that not only contribute to climate change, but also adversely impact air quality and contribute pollution harmful to respiratory health. The proposed Colorado GHG Reduction Roadmap released on Sept. 30th is a start, but to achieve the goals of HB 19-1261 and eventually more aggressive goals that climate science and justice demand, more specific policies and enforcement will be needed. 
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