“One moment your life is a stone in you, and the next, a star.” – Rainer Maria Rilke
Action of the Month: Send a letter to your legislator in support of key climate bills! Click here to take action
Many Coloradans would be shocked to find that our state is riddled with 60,000 unplugged wells — only a fifth of which produce even marginal amounts of oil and gas. Unplugged wells are an enormous environmental and human health liability, leaking methane, volatile organic compounds, and soil contaminants. Learn more here
With tens of billions in federal stimulus dollars forthcoming, this may be the last, best chance for Colorado to take bold steps on climate action. Learn why investing in a rapid transition off fossil fuels is key to building a better Colorado. Learn more here
EVs are a great way to live a more eco-friendly life, but we need to invest in green public transit to meet our climate justice goals. Tech, Tesla, and the free market won’t be what saves the planet! Read more here
Colorado’s largest electric utility continues to use its massive lobbying power to delay its transition off fossil fuels to renewable electricity sources. Read more here
Upcoming Events & Actions
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Movement Moments – News, Tips & Tricks
Climate hero barely begins to sum up Lucy Molina. Neighbor to the Suncor Oil Refinery in Commerce City, Lucy has been working for years to protect her community, family, and the climate. From flyering and canvassing her neighborhood to speaking at the Capitol, she does it all! Click here to learn more about Lucy!
The legislative session is now in full swing! Learn more about upcoming bills, how to support them, and when to show up on our take action at the capitol webpage. Click here to learn more!
Last year our movement mobilized to transition from the streets to the screen. Yet our voices only grew louder and our actions stronger. Check out some of our accomplishments from 2020 and pat yourself on the back for helping make them a reality! Check it out here!
A co-founder of 350 Central Colorado and dear friend, Robert Parker died April 1st, after a long struggle with prostate cancer, leaving his wife and devoted co-conspirator, Kay, his girl-wonder sister, Cindy, and many devoted friends and colleagues. Join us in a moment of remembrance here.
VIDEO OF THE MONTH: AN INTRO TO BIOCHAR
Join the regenerative agriculture and local food committee to hear from biochar experts Gordon West & Kathleen Draper about the basics of biochar and its benefits! You’ll also learn how to use biochar at home in your own garden. Watch it here!
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