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Boulder’s Campaign for Local Power: The Latest TL;DR: Boulder’s fight to create a community-owned electric utility powered by renewable energy continues! With President Trump moving to undo major climate change mitigation efforts on the federal level, the stakes have never … Continue reading
Friends— We’re excited to share that New Era is joining organizations from across the country to launch The Alliance for Youth Action—a movement of young people, by young people, for all people. Local organizing has never been more important, so … Continue reading
Our testimony during the public comment period at Boulder City Council’s meetings on April 4, 2017. Hello City Council Members, thank you so much for your time today and thank you for all you do to make our community so … Continue reading
March 31, 2017 Boulder, CO—The city of Boulder today released Xcel Energy’s “best and final offer,” two options for a potential settlement in the municipalization process. The following is a statement from Molly Fitzpatrick, Organizing Director with New Era Colorado: … Continue reading
NOW HIRING: Denver Organizing Manager (Here’s a handy PDF version of all of this) Summary New Era Colorado Foundation and New Era Colorado Action Fund are seeking a full-time Denver Organizing Manager to lead the young voter engagement, leadership development, … Continue reading
Hey students! We’ve launched ColoradoStudentsVote.org as a voting resource for college students across the state. Get your campus-specific voting questions answered today!
Got voting questions? Head on over to this page for Colorado voting information!
Friends— Yesterday, the City of Boulder took a major step forward by submitting their revised plan to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to create a locally-owned, renewable electric utility. It’s big news: this filing shows that the city has never … Continue reading
Hey everybody, Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d say: This week, I started my new job as New Era’s Executive Director! Now that it’s official, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share some thoughts on … Continue reading
Jennifer Williams is a proud Larimer County native who studied Communications and Women’s Studies at Colorado State University. Over the past 4 years, Jennifer has been working on local, state and federal campaigns in Northern Colorado. Jennifer is excited to … Continue reading