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Climate change, food security, and farming on Colorado's Western Slope

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Protect the Clean Power Plan From a Repeal Vote in Congress

Last month, the EPA released the Clean Power Plan – the biggest step the U.S. has ever taken to address climate change. This week, climate ...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 23, 2015 Contact: Carly Coakley, or 202-827-9671 WASHINGTON, DC – William K. Reilly, former EPA Administrator (1989-1993) and William D. ...

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Senator Ayotte highlights climate solutions at Hanover roundtable discussion

During a visit to Dartmouth College, Senator Kelly Ayotte participated in a roundtable discussion on the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and climate change ...

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Local leaders join together on Capitol Hill to show support for the EPA's Clean Power Plan

Just one month after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized its Clean Power Plan, over 50 influencers from across the United States traveled to Washington, ...

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Colorado leaders tout solar energy at "Lighting the Way" report release

Environment Colorado released the third iteration of Lighting the Way, a report that annually identifies the top solar states in the nation. This year’s report ...

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