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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person events are canceled until further notice to ensure the safety of our staff and the collective welfare of all citizens. WildEarth Guardians will meet this challenge with increased social connection between our staff and fellow Guardians through virtual events. We remain committed to community and our virtual events will be an important way for us all to be connected, though separate, so please join us. If you miss an event, many of them can be watched on our youtube channel.

WildEarth Webinar: Fighting for Climate Action and Justice in Colorado

Wednesday, September 16
12:00 pm MDT

Join us for a conversation with key allies in the fight to hold Colorado Governor Jared Polis accountable to taking bold climate action that is just and equitable. We’re stepping up our work for climate action together with frontline activists, community leaders, and advocates from all walks of life.


Speak Out for Clean Air and Climate in Colorado

Thursday, September 17
4:30 pm MDT

This is your chance to speak out for clean air, health, and climate in Colorado. The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission is weighing whether to adopt additional rules to crack down on the oil and gas industry’s toxic air pollution. Details.

Defend New Mexico's Clean Air and Health

Wednesday, September 23
9:00 am MDT

The New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board will be kicking off a virtual hearing to decide whether the state Environment Department illegally approved air pollution permits for fracking companies. This is a chance for the public to speak out and call on the Environmental Improvement Board to uphold the law, clean air, and peoples’ health.

17th Annual Guardians Virtual Gala

Friday, September 25
6:00 pm MDT

Join us for our 17th Annual Guardians Gala!  This year, our Gala is going virtual and we’re looking forward to connecting with you in this new format. During these challenging times where we face overlapping biodiversity, climate, health, and social justice crises, our work is more critical than ever.