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Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.
Coal and gas power plants will pollute 32 percent less nationwide and clean energy sources such as solar and wind will meet more of the state’s electricity needs, according to limits on carbon pollution finalized today that are central to President Obama’s plan to address climate change.
Durango, CO –Colorado is poised to play a major role in U.S. progress to address climate change, a new report said today. In the next decade, the state will cut an amount of global warming pollution equivalent to adding 4,800 wind turbines to its energy infrastructure, helping to mitigate global warming impacts like fire and drought on the outdoor recreation industry in the state.
Lakewood – As details emerge of an historic global warming plan expected within days from President Obama, 100 Lakewood and Denver area residents hosted a solar energy themed picnic to show support for bold action on climate.
DENVER – Hours after releasing new findings that unchecked global warming could cause an estimated 57,000 deaths a year in the U.S. due to poor air quality, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency staff joined Colorado’s U.S. Health and Human Services regional administrator, state leaders, and local health experts for a roundtable discussion at the University of Denver convened by Environment Colorado.
Last year at this time, the toxic algae bloom in Lake Erie caused nearly half a million people in and around Toledo, Ohio, to be without safe drinking water. Clean water from our taps is something that many of us take for granted, but if we don’t protect our water sources — like the residents of Toledo discovered — we won’t be able to take it for granted anymore.