“One way to open your eyes to unnoticed beauty is to ask yourself, ‘what if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?’”
Action of The Month: Hold the oil and gas companies responsible for cleaning up their messes. Click here to take action!
How grassroots organizing and Non-Violent Direct Action (NVDA) helped ensure climate justice was a top priority for Colorado’s legislative session. Learn more.
This was an epic year for climate legislation in Colorado. Progress was made on some fronts but the hard work of meeting the state’s climate goals remains. Learn about the exciting bills that passed and what we must mobilize for in 2021. Learn more.
Research has shown that climate conversations with friends and family create a positive feedback loop – when people hear more about climate, they’re more willing to act. So as we re-enter society, let’s also review some of the recent recommendations for how to talk to your friends about climate change. The good news is – it’s not as scary as you think. Learn more.
Presenting 350 Colorado’s Youth Climate Newsletter, written for and by Colorado Youth! In this edition, read about how climate change shows up in the media, ways to get involved, and more! Learn more.
Brent Goodlett is a Colorado Climate Hero! Brent worked tirelessly to engage our elected leaders during the Legislative Session and his efforts were crucial in helping Colorado to pass bold climate legislation. Click here to meet Brent!
Video of the Month
Eco! Colorado Episode 4: Get your environmental news in 15 min or less from CO’s newest podcast in Spanish and English. Listen here or follow us on Spotify.
- July 7 – The Race to Save the World (Virtual & in-person in Boulder)
- July 12-18 – Week of Art Actions to #DefundLine3
- July 19 – Youth Climate Action Committee Meeting
Please view our full calendar to join local team meetings, committee conference calls & more
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