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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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March 2021 Colorado Climate Newsletter

ACTION OF THE MONTH: The legislative session is here — Join climate lobby week March 15-19! Click here to learn more.  Join 350CO in Xcelerating Climate Action! Colorado plans to cut back emissions by 80% in the next decade, but big oil and gas companies are standing in our way.

Climate Hero of March 2021 – Kim Wagner

Kim is a paralegal student who has been an invaluable member of our team for the last 7 months! She’s been volunteering 15-20 hours a week to 350CO’s regulatory efforts at the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) and Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC), advocating for the most effective implementation of rules and regulations to reach our state’s greenhouse gas reduction goals (from HB 19-1261).

What’s in a Number?

Written by Ron Bennett Imagine, if you will, that I lived in a home with solar panels on the roof, an electric vehicle out front, and all the latest technology, but I left a big old truck running in the garage 24/7. You’d probably, think “how incredibly irresponsible and outright dangerous!”
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