Target: Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission
Action: Submit your comments to the Commission and let them know that all Coloradoans deserve to benefit from stronger air pollution protections.
In April 2018, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) began a two-year review process to consider whether it should expand current the air pollution standards implemented on the Front Range, to the entire state.
The Commission has hosted a series of public meetings across Colorado throughout this process and it will continue to do so through 2019. It is expected to issue its findings and regulatory decision in early 2020. If you have not given comment at past meetings, please make your voice heard by submitting written comments TODAY!
Stronger regulations could significantly improve air quality and health for residents of the Western Slope, as well as combat climate change – BUT WE NEED YOU to make your voice heard. Please let our state regulators know that Western Slope residents and ALL Coloradoans deserve to benefit from stronger air pollution protections.