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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On Friday, January 7th, local residents called on President Biden and Governor Polis to declare an immediate climate emergency, citing a “Code Red” situation as a result of the Marshall Fire and urging “bold climate leadership to phase out fossil fuels by 2030.” The group, which included those impacted by fire damage as well as Colorado’s 2013 flood, received a wave from the President as his motorcade passed while they held banners highlighting the climate emergency and calling for bold climate leadership.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” ― Dr. Seuss, The LoraxAction of The Month: Join the United for Climate “State of the Climate Rally” –> Click here to RSVP! Embarking on the Year 2022
Hear from 350 Colorado Executive Director and founder Micah Parkin on the action needed in 2022 and where our movement is headed.
We are starting 2022 with celebration and admiration for our Climate Hero of the Month Amy Petré Hill. We are thrilled to kick off the new year with a stellar volunteer like Amy!
Amy has been serving people living with mental illness and neurodiversity for over twenty years now. She began as a disability rights attorney in the San Francisco Bay area, learning that disability rights, environmental justice, affordable housing, transit, and climate change are all interconnected.