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Latest Updates

NEWSLETTER – SkyCap Solar Deal

SkyCap Solar would like to offer 350 Colorado members a free solar power quote and consultation! For each system that is sold, SkyCap Solar will donate $1,000 to 350 Colorado after the system is installed.

NEWSLETTER – A Parade for the Species and Our Mother Earth Festival

“Community involvement was high as 350 Central Colorado held their 6th annual “Our Mother Earth Festival” May 4th, in Salida. The day began with the colorful “Parade for Our Species” and continued with kid-friendly attractions, speakers, music and dancers.”

NEWSLETTER – Atmospheric CO2 Levels Break New Record

Another record has been set in our climate crisis. For the first time in the modern life of the planet, atmospheric CO2 levels have reached over 415 ppm, recorded at 415.26 ppm on 5/11 by the scientists at the Mauna Loa Observatory on Hawaii island.

NEWSLETTER: Our June Climate Hero – Sunni Benoit

We are extremely happy to announce that Sunni is our Climate Hero of the Month at 350 Colorado. Sunni has shown exceptional leadership taking a predominant role with our Citizen Lobby Days, 350 Denver Team and leadership trainings!

Colorado Coalition for a Livable Climate Urges Bolder Climate Goals in 2020

Yesterday, the Climate Action Plan to Reduce Pollution bill, HB 19-1261, received final approval from the legislature, and is now ready for the Governor’s signature. The Colorado Coalition for a Livable Climate (CCLC) recognizes and appreciates the historic progress the legislature has made this session in attempting to get Colorado to do its part in addressing the looming climate disaster. It is gratified that HB 19-1261 acknowledges the importance of limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5° Celsius over the pre-industrial average, as called for by the October 2018 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report.

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