A recent survey found that 72% of people across the world are worried about the impacts of climate change. Here are 350 Colorado, we are too. But the good news is that when ordinary people bind together in a powerful grassroots movement, we are afforded the ability to drive tremendous positive change and create a future we would be proud to leave to our children and grandchildren. We hope you’ll join us.

If you’re worried about climate change too, and you’re ready to step up and use your voice to advocate for a liveable future, please join us on Saturday, November 20th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 350 Colorado’s ‘Intro to Legislative Advocacy‘ workshop. At this workshop, we will provide you with everything you need to know to become a powerful force for change. No prior knowledge or experience with legislative advocacy is necessary.

See the Facebook Event for more details about our ‘Intro to Legislative Advocacy Fall Workshop’ and to help spread the word. 

When: Saturday, November 20th, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Where: Remote – Register for the Zoom workshop here

This spring, our state elected officials will be busy making new laws – some of which will be good for the climate, and others that may risk slowing down or even reversing progress. During the legislative session this spring, it will be important that people like you and me reach out to our legislators and make it loud and clear that we’re in a climate emergency, and anything short of the bold progress we need isn’t acceptable.

At our workshop, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the Colorado State Legislature, how a bill becomes a law, and how you can advocate for climate solutions at the Capitol this spring. You’ll even hear from Representative Edie Hooton from Colorado’s House District 10 about how to make your climate advocacy as effective as possible

We hope to see you there!    Thank you in advance for stepping up to this moment in time. It will take all of us to build the prosperous, low carbon future we know is possible.