Clean Energy Action invites you to join us for a talk by
Executive Director of the Energy & Policy Institute and co-author of Utilities Knew: Documenting Electric Utilities’ Early Knowledge and Ongoing Deception on Climate Change from 1968-2017
6:30 pm: Light Refreshments
7:00 pm: Presentation
SE Corner of JSCBB Biotech, 3415 Colorado Avenue, Boulder CO 80303
David Pomerantz will be speaking about the shocking story of electric utilities’ knowledge and cover-up of climate change beginning half a century ago. Clean Energy Action believes that it is critical that the public hear what Mr. Pomerantz has to say, so this event is free and open to the public. Please join us and invite others!
Get Tickets Now! Thursday June 8th:
Please join Clean Energy Action and the CU Environmental Center in welcoming
Author, entrepreneur, Stanford educator, international thought leader on disruptive change in energy systems, and recipient of the Clean Energy Action 2017 Sunshine Award:
“The clean disruption will flip the architecture of energy and bring abundant, cheap and participatory energy. Just like those previous technology disruptions, the clean disruption is inevitable and it will be swift.”
The evening will be in two parts, with Mr. Seba’s presentation preceded by a soiree.
6/8/17 5:30-7:30: Soiree at the CU Natural History Museum,
located in the Henderson Building
6/8/17 8:00-9:30: Keynote Address by Mr. Seba in the Glenn
Miller Ballroom, located in the UMC
Please email us with any questions or to obtain more information For location specifics, see the University of Colorado Campus Map
We look for to seeing you then!
Tell our elected officials that the environment matters! April 29th, 2017 is the 100th day of President Donald Trump’s administration. Clean Energy Action is marking the day by joining with the People’s Climate of Colorado, 350 Colorado, and countless other groups in a huge demonstration to highlight our recognition that climate change is real, that it impacts all of us, and that we are committed to solving it.
The PCM in Denver, along with other sister city marches, is happening simultaneously to the People’s Climate March in Washington. Like the Women’s March, the PCM will be a national show of resistance, resolve, and unity.
There are many ways to show your support for our planet:
- Planning to attend? RSVP on Facebook, sign up on Action Network, and tell your friends and family.
- Want to get more involved? Take this survey in order to register to be trained as an PCM Marshal, or check out this training meeting in Denver, and help us make sure the event is a great success!
- The Climate March also needs financial support. Make a donation or purchase one of these awesome T-shirts, and put your dollars to work in defense of our environment.
- You can also be a #climatehero and help spread the word on Facebook and twitter: #peoplesclimatemarch #denverclimatemarch
Hope to see you there!
The United States government owns 700 million acres of mineral estates, 570 million acres of which is open for coal development. The Mineral Leasing Acts of 1920 and 1947 gave responsibility for these coal mineral estates to the Bureau of Land Management, who are in charge of leasing them to companies for mining. This federal coal system has not been reviewed in more than 30 years.
Taxpayers for Common Sense has been investigating the national coal program to make sure that American taxpayers are being paid what they are owed for the more than one billion tons of coal produced annually in the United States. Their 2013 report highlighted the urgent need for review and overhaul and spurred the Department of the Interior to launch their own multi-year review of the program. Check out TCS’s video and the great work they have been doing to promote transparency and protect American taxpayers.
The solar industry is growing rapidly in the U.S. and becoming increasingly popular among U.S. citizens as an obvious solution for clean, affordable power.
However, Environment America and Frontier Group recently released this report which reveals that at least 17 fossil fuel backed groups and electric utilities are working aggressively to slow the growth of the solar industry by undermining key environmental policies.
This work is well funded and being done largely behind the scenes, making it very dangerous, but hopefully state decision-makers will resist these efforts in favor of progressive legislation which serves the burgeoning solar industry.