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Alliance Launched To Save Bees

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.

News Release | Environment Colorado

STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR RITTER’S DECISION NOT TO SEEK RE-ELECTION

Gov. Ritter came into office with a bold promise-- to build a New Energy Economy for Colorado. 

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Colorado, states make sure U.S. doesn't show up in Copenhagen empty-handed

Today, Environment Colorado released a new report showing that state policies, like Colorado’s renewable energy standard, are getting the job done in addressing global climate change.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Getting the public back into public health

Bennet, Markey commended for asking EPA to involve public on in-situ uranium oversight

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News Release | Environment Colorado

New report shows Colorado’s global warming pollution on the rise, Summit County and ski industry leaders call for action

With ski season revving into high gear, Summit County Commissioner Karn Stiegelmeier, Breckenridge Mayor John Warner, and Dave November, Environmental Manager for Breckenridge Ski Resort joined Environment Colorado for a press conference at the base of one of the nation’s most visited ski slope. 

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News Release | Environment Colorado

New report shows Colorado’s global warming pollution on the rise, Summit County and ski industry leaders call for action

With ski season revving into high gear, Summit County Commissioner Karn Stiegelmeier, Breckenridge Mayor John Warner, and Dave November, Environmental Manager for Breckenridge Ski Resort joined Environment Colorado for a press conference at the base of one of the nation’s most visited ski slope.  The speakers called for action to cut global warming pollution and protect outdoor recreation, an industry that could be the first major casualty of unchecked temperature increase.  At the event, Environment Colorado released Too Much Pollution, a new report showing Colorado’s, and the nation’s, rising global warming pollution. 

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