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Latest Updates

Take Action on Suncor: Tell APCD to Reject Suncor’s Permit to Pollute!

(To read in English, scroll down) En mayo, la División de Control de la Contaminación del Aire de CO (APCD) celebró audiencias públicas sobre la solicitud de la refinería de Suncor de renovar su permiso del Título V para contaminar. La APCD aún no ha publicado su decisión sobre el permiso.

July 2021 Climate Newsletter

“One way to open your eyes to unnoticed beauty is to ask yourself, ‘what if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?’”   –Rachel Carson Action of The Month: Hold the oil and gas companies responsible for cleaning up their messes. Click here to take action! 

How to Talk to Friends and Family about Climate Change

Written by Nicole Conlan The easing of COVID restrictions has allowed us to have conversations in person again, which is the perfect opportunity to talk to people about climate change. Some people like to claim that “talk is cheap,” but we’re actually not talking nearly enough when it comes to climate change,. 
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