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Wind power for Colorado

Colorado generates the 6th-most wind energy of any state in the country: enough to power 500,000 homes. Yet some in Colorado want to end key incentives for wind power—just when we need them most.

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Protect Our Parks and Forests From Drilling

As fracking booms across our state, federal officials are close to allowing this dirty drilling in our national forests and near our national parks, such as White River National Forest and Mesa Verde. We have a duty to protect these natural treasures for future generations—not allow them to be turned into industrial wastelands by fracking.

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Global Warming Solutions

If we want to spare our children and grandchildren the worst consequences of global warming, we must dramatically reduce the carbon pollution that we pump into the atmosphere. And, as most scientists agree, we better do it soon. We need Washington to do much more, but we also need to build on our successes at the state and local level.

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Energy Efficiency for Colorado

America's buildings are responsible for nearly half of our nation's greenhouse gas emissions. Energy efficiency programs are the fastest, cheapest and cleanest way to cut the pollution fueling global warming, and save consumers money at the same time.

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Conservation Colorado

Our national and state parks are where some of our families’ most unforgettable memories are formed—from our first childhood hikes to our first glimpses of wildlife. While we all know how special these places are, the funds that are meant to protect them are being spent elsewhere.

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Colorado Rivers Project

From Boulder Creek to the Colorado River, we should be able to raft, fish, tube or otherwise enjoy our waters knowing that they are protected from toxic dumping and irresponsible development. But in the last decade, polluter-driven Supreme Court decisions put nearly 75,000 miles of streams at risk.

 

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Clean Air, Healthy Families

Our Clean Air, Clean Jobs plan will dramatically reduce air pollution on the Front Range. But too many coal-fired plants are still spewing carbon pollution and toxic chemicals into our air.

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A Million Solar Roofs

Colorado enjoys about 300 days of sunshine a year, making it one of the best places for solar in the country. We could build a million solar roofs by 2030, but only if Colorado’s leaders act now.