News Release | Environment Colorado

Hundreds of pinwheels displayed to highlight support for renewable energy in Colorado

Standing before hundreds of pinwheels outside of the Capitol Building Environment Colorado and the Sierra Club highlighted the potential and support for renewable energy in Colorado.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado joins 30 other states for action on global warming

Today, Colorado becomes one of 31 charter member states of The Climate Registry, representing over 70% of the U.S. population, marking the largest national effort to take action on climate change.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Conservationists give legislature, Governor green stamp of approval

Today leaders of Colorado’s conservation community met at the state capitol to outline the numerous 2007 legislative victories for Colorado’s environment.

News Release | Environment Colorado

A call to action on Earth Day

Gathering before a crowd of advocates near the capitol, leading conservation organizations celebrated Earth Day by urging Governor Ritter to adopt science-based global warming pollution reduction goals for the state of Colorado.

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People of faith to “Step It Up" for global warming, Rep. DeGette joins

Today, over 250 Coloradans rallied at First Plymouth Congregational Church as part of a national day of action on global warming called “Step It Up.”

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Environmentalists laud Gov. Ritter's selection of climate change policy advisor

The following is a press statement from Matt Baker, Executive Director of Environment Colorado

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Colorado's Carbon Boom

Global warming pollution in Colorado increased by 38% between 1990 and 2004, according to The Carbon Boom, a new analysis of state fossil fuel consumption data released today by the Environment Colorado. 

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World's Scientists: Global warming could wipe out 1/4 of all species

Approximately 20-30 percent of plant and animal species are at increasing risk of extinction if the global average temperature increases by another 2.2 to 4 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a major consensus report released today by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

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Supreme Court gives green light for Colorado to make cars cleaner

Environment Colorado hails today’s landmark decision as one of the most important environmental cases ever heard by the Supreme Court.

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'New Energy Economy' one step from Governor's desk

The Colorado State Senate voted for a strong renewable energy standard today on 2nd reading.

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