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Communities in Colorado are taking bold climate action.

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3 Pillars of Climate Action

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Reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly

The Climate Action Plan to Reduce Pollution sets science-based targets of reducing statewide greenhouse gas pollution 26% by 2025, 50% in 2030, and 90% by 2050 from 2005 levels.

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Help communities adapt and increase resilience

Empower state, regional, local, and community leaders to understand risks from natural hazards and ecosystem shifts in order to reimagine Colorado’s built environment, embrace new economic opportunities, and encourage immediate, collective action.

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Mitigate and adapt in an equitable way

Build a culture of diversity, inclusivity, and equity into collaborative decision-making processes that fosters holistic climate action by centering the voices, needs, assets, and insights of disproportionately impacted communities.

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Colorado's Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap

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Future Avoided Cost Explorer: Colorado Hazards (FACE: Hazards)

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Find Funding

Local decision-makers across the state can apply for an array of funding.

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Find What Others In Your Region Are Doing

Learn from your neighbors. Find out what communities in your region are doing to take bold climate action.

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Connect With Regional And State Experts

Looking for human support? Reach out to a growing team of public service specialists.

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Colorado is forward-thinking.
It is dynamic. It is bold.
And it is courageous.

– Governor Jared Polis

Climate Change Impacts People Now

Colorado is a spectacular, vibrant, and economically diverse state with much to offer residents and visitors alike.

Protecting Colorado’s way of life means doing our part to mitigate and adapt to climate change by swiftly adopting renewable energy, protecting the health of our communities, creating good-paying jobs, and strengthening our economy.

Our mountains, rivers, and trails are world-renowned; as are our laboratories, breweries, universities, and agricultural products. Yet the Colorado that we know and love already faces real challenges with a changing climate. Colorado's response to this global challenge is an opportunity to drive economic development, improve public health and air quality, preserve our natural resources, and strengthen our communities.


Colorado has warmed 2°F on average in the last 30 years. (Report)



Protecting Colorado's way of life means doing our part to mitigate and adapt to climate change.


Collaborative solutions are needed to face climate change challenges and preserve human and animal life.

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Special thanks to...

State of Colorado Interagency Climate Team; several committed interns; U.S. Climate Alliance; The Bridge Studio; Cob-Web Creations