Durango needs to clean up its electric grid.
The Colorado Climate Center has confirmed that 2019 was the hottest year on record for the state of Colorado. In addition to this, we are experiencing country-wide fires in Australia and abnormally large tides stretching from the U.S. coast to New Zealand.
These occurrences are not normal and are not ones to be taken lightly – they are the aftermath of anthropogenic climate change.
As both federal and local governments gear up for the upcoming elections, now is the time to think about how your vote impacts local energy supply and demand.
La Plata Electric Association board of directors elections are underway this spring and now is your chance to show support for strong climate action by participating in the 2020 LPEA elections.
Keep an eye out for candidates, newsletters, public service announcements and more as we make our way into the 2020 LPEA elections. Your voice matters, get out there, stay informed and vote.
Remember, no one is coming to save us, we must save ourselves.