Fossil fuel pollution
Fossil fuel pollution is dirty and dangerous, threatening our health, the climate and our future.
The Latest on Fossil fuel pollution
You have the power: how to electrify your home with new tax credits
Gas stoves and your health: What you need to know to keep your family safe, healthy
Members of Congress urge consumer safety agency to move swiftly to protect Americans from gas stove pollution
Consumer safety official sets his sights on gas stove pollution
Clean air advocates gather to call for stronger action from the AQCC
How you can electrify your home
Clean Heat rulemaking comment to the PUC
In the market for a new stove? Consider Induction
Carbon Pricing 101
RAQCs, SIPs, NAAQS, oh my! Here’s what the acronyms mean and why they’re critical for reducing ozone pollution
Clean Air Advocate Kirsten Schatz breaks down what an ozone SIP is and why we need the AQCC to approve a strong plan in December to clean up our air in Colorado.
Renewables on the rise: Colorado among national leaders in electric vehicle and solar energy growth
Colorado ranks 7th in the nation for growth in wind energy production since 2012 and 7th and 8th for growth in electric vehicle charging ports and sales, respectively, according to a new online dashboard released today by Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center. The dashboard, Renewables on the Rise 2022, documents state-by-state growth of six key clean energy technologies across the United States over the past decade: wind power, solar power, battery storage, energy efficiency, electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations.
Front Range air quality officially downgraded to ‘severe’ by EPA
After years of failing to sufficiently bring down harmful levels of ozone pollution, the EPA officially downgraded Colorado’s Front Range to "severe" violators of federal air quality standards.
How the Inflation Reduction Act can help you move on from your gas stove
New rebates for electric appliances can help you improve indoor air quality in your home.