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350 Boulder County Action Alert: Reject Crestone Peak Fracking Wells

In spite of a pending lawsuit by Boulder County, Crestone Peak Resources is asking the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) for permits to build fracking wells near Erie, on land that abuts the Panama Reservoir and its wildlife habitat. The COGCC is accepting comments on these permit applications, and we have until December 6th to tell them to reject these dangerous proposals. Take action today by contacting the COGCC.

Post-Elections: How Colorado’s Campaign Landscape has Shifted in Favor of Climate Action

A lot happened in this 2018 midterm election across the nation, including a heap of bad news – including bad news about Colorado’s Proposition 112, which would have expanded health and safety setbacks from industrial oil and gas operations. As the dust settles, however, we will start to notice how different the political landscape is oriented.

350 CO Calls on Governor and COGCC to Pause Permitting in Advance of Elections, Citing Prop. 112 and Martinez v. COGCC Case

Colorado coalitions submitted letters to Governor Hickenlooper last week demanding halt to oil and gas permitting process at Oct. 29th Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission hearing, citing concerns that the COGCC is increasingly approving oil and gas permits closer to schools, neighborhoods despite forthcoming Martinez v. COGCC Colorado Supreme Court ruling and vote on Proposition 112.

Help Proposition 112 Win! Three Ways to Take Action Now.

It has been an amazing week for Prop 112! With an awesome fundraiser last weekend and Bill McKibben coming to Colorado to support our efforts including a livestream last Saturday – and a record numbers of canvassers in the offices — the campaign has gained some serious momentum! With the election just 12 days away, we want to pull out all the stops and have as many one-on-one conversations with Colorado voters as we can. Many voters are still undecided about Proposition 112 and need to hear from us. 

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