2021 Conservation Scorecard

You care about Colorado’s environmental legacy.

Do Your Legislators?

The Conservation Scorecard provides an overview of the 2021 legislative session and the environment. In it you will find factual, nonpartisan information on the priorities of the conservation community and a record of how each member of the state legislature voted on those priority bills that affect Colorado’s climate, land, water, and communities.

Find out how your elected officials voted, and see how well their votes align with your conservation values. Then call or write to your legislators and let them know that you’re paying attention to their environmental scores!

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Coloradans have a lot to celebrate from the 2021 legislative session. From cutting pollution and advancing environmental justice to funding millions for public lands and water, we’re proud to share these victories with you as we spotlight the people who made them possible.

As always, we’ll be highlighting conservation champions — elected leaders who received our coveted 100% pro-conservation score. But we also want to note that none of this would have been possible without the coalition of over one hundred environmental, environmental justice, youth, outdoor recreation, business, social justice, and other groups that came together to push forward a climate bill that makes important progress putting Gov. Polis’ Climate Roadmap into action. That coalition was instrumental in ensuring that we were able to make progress reaching science-based pollution reduction targets to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

This year we needed all hands on deck in order to make these victories a reality. But despite our progress we still have work to do.

Colorado is not yet on track to meet our climate pollution reduction targets. The reality is, we live in a state that is at risk of being ravaged by climate change-driven wildfires and severe drought. Too many communities across the state are still being impacted by the dirty air. We can’t let our momentum fade away.

In 2022, we’ll be back — working shoulder to shoulder with our members, pro-conservation leaders, and the unprecedented coalition of more than 100 groups who came together to support climate action to continue moving Colorado forward.

For Colorado,

Kelly Nordini
Executive Director

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