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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“Climate impacts at 2 degrees will be worse than 1.5 degrees, and definitely worse at 3 degrees than at 2. But there’s never a point at which it becomes too late to act.” — Zeke Hausfather – IPCC contributing authorAction of The Month: Call your federal legislators to demand no cuts to climate, jobs, or justice!
Paul Culnan is a “super-volunteer” with 350 colorado, supporting our organization in virtually every way a person can support us: from financial support to helping with policy analysis to participating in nonviolent direct actions at the Colorado state capitol. By observing the way that Paul takes action on climate change in his own life, one can quickly understand the multitude of things that we can all be doing to build a better future.
By Sam Killmeyer
In her debut short story collection, Site Fidelity, author Claire Boyles explores the beautiful and precarious nature of living in the American West. The tenacious characters that fill this collection fight for their land and livelihoods, despite the obstacles of climate change and capitalism.
Boyles is a former sustainable farmer, something that influences her work and that we discussed at length in our interview.