“I am everywhere and anywhere that help is needed. I am a body here to take good space to stop Line 3. Water is life. This is very important, it means everything, without water you can’t live; and this pipeline is going through 43 percent of North America’s clean water.” — Gina Peltier (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa)
Action of the Month: Take action to support SB21-200 – click here!
Plastic pollution and climate are more connected than you think. Learn from youth activist Phoebe about current efforts in Colorado to halt plastic pollution and how you can support. Learn more.
The American pika, Ochotona princeps, has been dubbed an “indicator species” as an acutely climate-sensitive, alpine mammal. Read more on how a small alpine cutie is our warning signal of what is to come for other species globally. Learn more.
May of 2021 brought us three important climate-related reports which should be of interest to Colorado climate activists and policymakers. Learn more.
Get up to speed on the details of the Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline and learn why Colorado must come together to stop the construction of this destructive project. Learn more.
Jan Rose is the definition of a climate hero. Jan plays a critical role in the climate movement’s legislative advocacy. We can’t thank her enough for all of the time she has put in to ensuring Colorado has strong climate policy and so much more! Click here to learn more about Jan!
Video of The Month
Discover modern solar thermal systems designed for Colorado weather and homes. Solar thermal combination systems can slash your heating and hot water bills. Find out more about this often overlooked yet mature and effective technology, understand how it can interface with your existing water heater, forced air furnace, boiler, baseboard heater or radiant floors, pool or hot tub. Understand the basics of panel sizing, solar tank sizing, gravity-fed drain-back systems (versus antifreeze systems), and how these systems can retrofit into existing Colorado buildings. A couple exciting facts: Solar thermal collectors capture 4 times more energy per square foot than their more popular PV brothers, and solar thermal pumps consume almost no electricity compared to heat pumps.
- June 3 – SB21-200 Rapid Response Action Hour
- June 3-18 – Fund a Fossil Free Future Fundraiser
- June 21 – Youth Climate Action Committee Meeting
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