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Community for Sustainable Energy (CforSE)
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The mission of the Community for Sustainable Energy is to raise consumer awareness of energy issues and organize consumer demand to inform and influence energy policy makers.
The mission of the Community for Sustainable Energy is to raise consumer awareness of energy issues and organize consumer demand to inform and influence energy policy makers.

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U.S. solar has grown 120 times since 2004. Now that's progress! The solar garden is the cheapest and easiest way to go solar in Fort Collins.
http://ow.ly/AkFnP http://ow.ly/AkFpW

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We could save 31% of energy and $140 million dollars by 2030 by maximizing our building efficiency potential. Here's a few ways to make that happen
http://ow.ly/Akz0Y

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Tri-State still has plans to build a $2.8 Billion, 700 MW coal plant in Kansas. They can build that plant and create some jobs in KS and put a lot of money into Peabody Coal's pocket, or they can invest in efficiency and renewable energy projects throughout their territories and create jobs in your community.
Community for Sustainable Energy (CforSE) is organizing co-op member support on the Eastern Plains, in Northern Colorado and on the West Slope to hold our electric co-ops accountable to investing your dollars in your community instead of shipping them off to KS and Peabody Coal.
More info here! http://ow.ly/AkyFf

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This is one of our favorite local events! September 20-21 is the 15th Sustainable Living Association's Annual Sustainable Living Fair.
The Sustainable Living Fair offers a weekend of solution-based, interactive, family oriented events designed to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about Renewable Energy, Alternative Transportation, Sustainable & Local Agriculture, Green Building, Natural Health, Environmental & Social Responsibility, Local Economies & more! http://ow.ly/AkymQ

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The City of Fort Collins Air Quality Advisory Board and the Larimer County Environmental and Science Advisory Board will hold a joint informational meeting to review the draft air permit and supporting materials issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for the Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. asphalt plant.

The meeting today, Aug 18 at 6 pm at the Community Room, 215 N. Mason, Ft Collins.
We are concerned. This is a time for everyone to rally and show their concern as well.
For more information please visit http://ow.ly/As4hb

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The next Fort Collins City Council meeting is tomorrow!
The ordinance requiring grocers to charge customers 10 cents for each disposable bag supplied by the store was given an initial 5-2 approval. We need to show support to the 5, especially to Gino Campana of District 3, so that they will continue to vote the right way on future environmental issues.
We are asking folks to show up and simply state their support. Please RSVP to fred@cforse.org.
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‪#‎truth‬
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"A fraction of the electricity used to power the free gondola from Mountain Village to Telluride is derived from the sun. Through the Green Gondola Project, Mountain Village is aiming to replace 20 percent of the gondola’s electricity use with locally-generated, renewable energy."

Very cool. http://ow.ly/A2e3c

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Community for Sustainable Energy (CforSE) is funded 100% by donations from people like you. We rely on your donations to further our mission of raising consumer awareness of energy issues and organize consumer demand to inform and influence energy policy makers.

We have set a goal to raise $5,000 by August 15th and we need your help. Click here to donate now and please help us spread the word!
http://ow.ly/Akzok
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The next Fort Collins City Council meeting is next week and they will be discussing the ordinance requiring grocers to charge customers 10 cents for each disposable bag supplied by the store.

It was originally given an initial 5-2 approval. We need to show support to the 5, especially to Gino Campana of District 3, so that they will continue to vote the right way on future environmental issues.

We are asking folks to show up and simply state their support. Please RSVP to fred@cforse.org.
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