Background: The Rocky Mountain Greenway is a proposed mountain bike trail that would be built through contaminated land adjacent to the former nuclear weapons plant, Rocky Flats, 16 miles North West of Denver. If built, this trail would endanger public health by exposing trail workers and the public to respirable particles of plutonium dioxide and other contaminants left in the environment from nuclear bomb production at Rocky Flats. Please send a statement to USFWS opposi
When: Saturday July 25th, 11:00AM - 12:00PM Where: Broadway and Canyon, Boulder, CO Let's be visible in our opposition to war and support of diplomacy and social programs! For more info contact email@example.com or 720-509-3378. The demo will be cancelled in the event of the following weather: snow, rain, high winds or a temperature below 30 degrees by 10 am. Please stand 6 ft apart.
Thank you to our allies at Lakota People's Law Project for the following email newsletters: 7/9/2020: Inconceivable! Energy Transfer Partners (ETP)—the parent company to the Dakota Access Pipeline—just announced that they will ignore Judge James Boasberg’s order to shut down oil flow through the pipeline by August 5th. An ETP spokesperson said in a statement yesterday: “We are not shutting down the line. We believe Judge Boasberg has exceeded his authority and does not have j
Click Here To See The Film! At the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant near Denver, people spent years protesting and getting arrested. In 1983 they decided to try something completely different. They surrounded Rocky Flats hand-in-hand around its 17 mile perimeter. The Encirclement was on Saturday, Oct. 15, 1983. This was the action that lead directly to the founding of the Boulder Peace Center, later renamed Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. We welcome you to see this
Press Release 7/1/2020: DENVER - Safe & Healthy Colorado is deeply saddened by today's Colorado Supreme Court decision to reject emergency rules allowing the collection of petition signatures by mail or email. The campaign shares the disappointment of thousands of Coloradans who had already acted in the past week to sign the petition to place Initiative 174 on the ballot and who learned today that the Court has nullified a safe alternative to petitioning in the midst of a pan