The transition from Spring to Summer, another time of change that we must accept and embrace. This month we are excited to honor two of our illustrious interns who have been with us for the entire 2021-2022 academic year, coming to us from Denver University’s Graduate Program in Social Work. Katessia Robertson and Mason Smith have both been tremendous additions to our team this year, and have truly stepped up to be climate heroes in so many ways.
DENVER – Today 33 environmental groups representing tens of thousands of Coloradans impacted by climate change and air pollution joined together in demanding that the COGCC take immediate action to address the harmful cumulative impacts of the oil and gas industry: a mandate enacted in 2019 by SB 19-181. In the two years since SB19-181 passed into law, the Commission has adopted only a handful of rules which address a small subset of these impacts.
Quote of the Month: “What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” – Dr. Jane Goodall, Scientist & ActivistAction of The Month: Learn More About Colorado’s Water Problem & Oil and Gas Pollution (Join a Webinar) –> Click here to RSVP!