Here are opportunities to fight back for the week of March 20th, 2017.
Archive for category: Environment
Here are opportunities to fight back for the week of March 13th, 2017.
Here are opportunities to fight back for the week of March 6th, 2017.
Today, Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States.
What comes next? We have to stand together for what we believe in no matter what the politicians in Washington do. Colorado can be a model for fixing the problems America faces.
Donald Trump is coming to Denver tomorrow and we are building a wall.
It’s a big deal.
Last week, a crew working for the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce pollution from abandoned mines near Silverton accidentally released a torrent of mine wastewater into a tributary of the Animas River. This polluted water flowed through the city of Durango, turning the Animas bright yellow and forcing water users along the river to shut off irrigation and drinking water. Rafting and other tourism-related businesses in the area have been devastated by the sudden loss of income at the height of the tourist season.
Severe weather caused by climate change--from droughts to wildfires and floods--threatens our families, our homes, and our economy--but Congress is content to sit back and do nothing about it.
Governor Hickenlooper has proposed strong statewide air quality safeguards for oil and gas production. These draft rules have support from many in the conservation community and at least five of the major oil and gas companies operating in Colorado including Anadarko Petroleum, Encana USA, and Noble Energy.