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July LPEA Spotlight

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LPEA Election Results We’re thrilled that the LPEA elections resulted in a majority board supportive of local renewable energy. The results were: District 1 (Archuleta County): incumbent Kirsten Skeehan (1,281 votes) defeated Veronica Medina (434 votes). District 2 (south and…

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Four Corners Air Quality Group meeting

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Come join us for the annual Four Corners Air Quality Group meeting in Durango this Wednesday to hear about important factors in our regional air quality and some of the steps being taken to improve it. There will also be updates from agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other governmental entities such as the NM Environmental Department. 

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Climate Action Happy Hour Durango

Climate Action Happy Hour

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Climate Action Happy Hour Monday, December 10th 5-6:30 pm Carver Brewing, Durango   You’re invited to join us and our friends at Conservation Colorado to discuss the future of renewable energy for our region and actions we can take to encourage…

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BLM Ignored Public

BLM, can you hear us?

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Last week, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proved their determination to elevate the interests of the oil and gas industry above those of the people they’re charged to protect – twice. But we can’t give up now. GREATER CHACO...
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BLM Methane Rule is Under Attack

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This administration is committed to rolling back environmental and public health protections for the benefit of corporate profits. And they have perseverence. First they tried to erase the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) methane waste rule entirely using the Congressional…

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Canyon of the Ancients National Monument waste pit protest

Let them come.

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Friends, At the close of the constitutional convention in 1787, Ben Franklin strode out the doors of Independence Hall to be greeted by a question from an onlooker in the crowd. “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a…

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