News Release | Environment Colorado

Manitou Springs Feeling the Heat of Global Warming Pollution from Power Plants

A new Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center report finds that power plants are Colorado's single largest source of carbon pollution. The report comes three days before the Obama administration and the EPA are due to release new standards to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.

News Release | Environment Colorado

More Than 900,000 Americans Urge President Obama to Protect National Forests and National Parks from Fracking

Nearly a million Americans have joined together to call on President Obama to step in and protect our national parks and forests from fracking, as the public comment period for a Bureau of Land Management rule draws to a close on Friday.

News Release | Environment Colorado

Advocates Urge Colorado Regulators to Reject Xcel Energy’s Anti-Rooftop Solar Proposal

On July 30th, renewable energy advocates, businesses and environmental groups joined together to urge the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to reject a new proposal from Xcel Energy that would discourage rooftop solar growth in its territory. 

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

Colorado Ranks 8th in the Nation in Solar Power

The Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center has released Lighting the Way: What We Can Learn from America’s Top 12 Solar States, a new report highlighting a solar energy boom across the country. The report ranks Colorado 8th in the nation per capita for solar installations. 

News Release | Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center

WHO PAYS THE COSTS OF FRACKING?

Raising new concerns on a little-examined dimension of the fracking debate, Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center today released a report analyzing financial assurance requirements for oil and gas drilling operations in Colorado. As federal officials consider allowing fracking near Colorado’s national parks and right inside its national forests, Who Pays the Costs of Fracking? shows how federal (and state) bonding requirements are completely inadequate to cover the cost and range of damage from dirty drilling.  

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