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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

Low-income, Consumer, & Environmental Groups Present Energy Efficiency Solutions To Address Soaring Heating Costs This Winter

Energy Outreach Colorado, CoPIRG and Environment Colorado urged lawmakers today to take action to reduce the burden of soaring energy costs while highlighting easy steps homeowners can take to reduce their heating costs this winter.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

Senate Bid to Reject Bush Mercury Rule Narrowly Fails

The U.S. Senate today fell just shy of invoking the rarely-used Congressional Review Act to overturn a Bush administration rule granting power plants an extra 10-20 years to reduce their mercury pollution. The Congressional Review Act allows Congress to void federal agency rules and has been successfully used only once before.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

New Bush Rules will allow Colorado's Mercury Emissions to increase 177%

As the U.S. Senate prepares to vote Monday on whether to overturn an EPA rule on power plant mercury emissions, a new Environment Colorado report shows that while states in the Gulf Coast, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic regions currently lead the nation in power plant mercury emissions, Colorado has been given the go-ahead to join them.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

State Officials Violate Agreement with Lawmakers on Clean Air Rules

Yesterday, state officials violated an agreement with state lawmakers to reexamine a set of controversial air quality rules with a full public hearing process before submitting them to EPA for approval.

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News Release | Environment Colorado

New Report Finds Electric, Gas and Sanitary Services Will Emit More Toxic Chemicals into Colorado's Air Under 'Clear Skies' Bill

Under the Bush administration's "Clear Skies" bill, scheduled for a vote tomorrow in a key Senate committee, as many as 220 industrial facilities in Colorado would not have to comply with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules that require steep reductions in their emissions of dozens of pollutants that cause cancer, birth defects, and other serious health problems, according to "Lethal Loophole," a new report released today by Environment Colorado. 

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