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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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Join over 20,000 Coloradans who have signed up to take action. We will connect you with opportunities to get involved and keep you updated on the latest news.

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About Us

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

August 2020 Climate Newsletter

ACTION OF THE MONTH: Tell the new COGCC commissioners you want a just transition off oil and gas fracking.  Take Action!  The Realities of Climate Migration Climate refugees are already here, whether we recognize them or not. How many more will be forced to leave their homes and how much more dangerous will the journey north become?

Webinar Recap: Renewable Energy’s role in a Just and Sustainable Economy

As the nation struggles to recover from the devastating effects of COVID-19 we consider how a rapid shift from fossil fuels to renewables could contribute to an equitable and resilient economy going forward. Moderator and youth climate activist Phoebe Dominguez shared her motivation for getting involved in the climate movement. Born from a love of her home state of Colorado she wants her own and future generations “to have a chance to look around and see lark bunting, I want them to see blue spruce, I want them to see mountain goats, I want them to look around at the beauties of Colorado.”

Climate Hero of the Month – Melvin Strawn

Written by Robert Parker, Originally Published by Colorado Central Magazine Mel Strawn Husband, father, artist, professor, community servant – Climate  Activist Mel was known throughout the land as an accomplished non-objective artist and print maker. He was also known as an art professor at the University of Denver and later in life became a central figure in the art scene in Salida.

Stop Fracking!

Colorado is at a crossroads: The fossil fuel industry is invading our neighborhoods and ruining our air, water, land, health and climate.

Tell the COGCC and Gov. Polis to take action to protect our communities now!

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