Tell Colorado regulators that Western Slope residents deserve strong protections against oil and gas emissions

Target: Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission

Action: Attend a public meeting on Nov. 27 OR submit your comments to the Commission and let them know that all Coloradoans deserve to benefit from stronger air pollution protections.

In April, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) heard public comment at a meeting in Rifle on whether to strengthen air pollution standards for oil and gas operations statewide. Now, it’s hosting another public meeting on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 5:00-7:00pm, at the Mesa County Central Library, 970 West Studio, 5th and Ouray, Grand Junction, CO. The Commission is considering whether it should expand the air pollution standards currently implemented on the Front Range, to the entire state. Please help us continue to show support for stronger emissions regulations by attending the meeting on Nov. 27!

The Commission is hosting a series of public meetings across the state over the next year and also accepting written public comment during this time. If you are unable to attend the upcoming meeting in person, please submit written comments TODAY!

Stronger regulations could significantly improve our air quality and our health, and combat climate change – BUT WE NEED YOU to make your voice heard. Please let our state regulators know that all Coloradoans deserve to benefit from stronger air pollution protections.

>> SUBMIT YOUR COMMENTS HERE.

>> PRE-REGISTER FOR THE MEETING HERE.

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