“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – R. Buckminster Fuller 

Action of The Month: Join the webinar on the ‘Radioactive Cost of Oil and Gas’ on November 8th! Register Here! 

Coping with Climate Anxiety

When we think about climate change, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with feelings of anxiety or grief. Here are some helpful ways to deal with these emotions when they come up and how we can tackle the justice and equity implications of the issue. Read more here.

Xcel Energy must invest in renewables, Colorado communities, not fossil fuel profits 

Xcel Energy’s newest Electric Resource Plan for Colorado would be costly for ratepayers, jeopardize the health of Coloradans, and fall short of national, state, and local climate targets. Xcel must revise this plan and decommission its coal-fired plants by 2030 to help Colorado avert climate catastrophe. Read more here.

What does the Sixth Assessment IPCC Report mean for Colorado?

Get a summary on the most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and what it means for Colorado. Read more here.

350 Colorado’s Statement on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Efforts Underway

At 350 Colorado, we are committed to building an inclusive movement that welcomes all, we acknowledge the many ways that discrimination shows up in our society, movements, and organizations, and we are taking action to improve. Read more here. 

Climate Hero of the Month

This month we are celebrating the innovation and dedication of super volunteer Janis Hallowell as our Climate Hero of the Month! Janis is helping solve the growing issue of orphaned wells across Colorado and the US with both creativity and heart. Meet Janis! 

Video of the Month: The Human Cost of Colorado’s Last 3 Coal Plants

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