Please join Clean Energy Action and others by signing this petition urging rejection of the ColoWyo Mine Expansion.
Let the Obama Administration’s Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement and the Bureau of Land Management know that you oppose approval of the ColoWyo Mine expansion permit!
Today is the last day to act! Public comments must be submitted before February 19th.
Tell Colorado to Regulate Downstream Fugitive Methane
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Together, we can:
1) Protect the soil, water and endangered wild life of northwest Colorado. Do not expand the ColoWyo Mine into over 2000 acres of previously undisturbed land that drains into the Yampa River. This land, only 30 miles from Dinosaur National Monument, is largely prime sage grouse habitat.
2) Keep the coal in the ground. Do not permit an additional 240 million metric tons of carbon and other toxic emissions to be released into the atmosphere. When this coal is burned over the next twenty years, it will threaten our health, air, water and climate.
3) Transition Colorado into a sustainable, clean energy future fueled by wind and sun. Let’s move forward with 21st century sources of energy that don’t pollute and save ratepayers on their bills. It is time to push for a just transition away from coal, one that supports communities as they face the inevitable loss of jobs and regional economic instability that will follow when last century’s ColoWyo mine is depleted.