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Bears Ears National Monument
Rally for Greater Chaco in Santa Fe
Wildlife threatened by oil and gas development
Fracking on Utah public lands
WildEarth Guardians Press
Environmental groups submit a formal petition demanding Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission protect the public against cumulative impacts of oil and gas production
Groups call for the Commission to make rules to better protect Coloradans from ozone, air pollution, climate change, and to prevent increases in pollution in disproportionately impacted communitiesRead more >
The past three years of my life have been spent talking to people about wolves returning to Colorado. I heard people’s fears and the potential impact on individuals’ livelihood and way of life. I also heard excitement about the possible benefits of returning a native carnivore and living ancestor to their home.Read more >
Some environmental groups are calling on state regulators to better address the cumulative impacts of oil and gas development, including by barring development as needed to limit those impacts.Read more >
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