The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC), the state board that approves drilling permits and regulates the oil and gas industry, is undergoing important changes that will impact Colorado’s wildlife!
The COGCC was previously directed to “foster” development of the state’s oil and gas resources and to balance energy development with impacts to public health, the environment, and wildlife. Legislation passed last year – SB 19-181 – changed the COGCC’s mission to specify that energy development must be done safely and require that the COGCC protect wildlife from oil and gas impacts when issuing permits.
BUT the important details of how this will be done is being considered right now and the COGCC needs to hear from people who care about birds and wildlife!
Join us for this free, one-hour webinar – organized by conservation and hunting/angling groups – where you’ll hear from local experts. They will give you the inside scoop on what’s happening and provide guidance on how you can help make a difference.
This is a time-sensitive, important opportunity to ensure a better future for Colorado’s wildlife, please join us!
When: July 8, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
You can access tonight’s online presentation using the method you are most comfortable with:
- Watch it via Zoom. To do so, register for the webinar via Audubon here. As soon as you register, you’ll receive an email from “Computer Help” with your unique login information. Shortly before 6:00 pm, click on the “Click Here to Join” link in your email.
- Watch it via Facebook Live. To do so, go to Audubon Rockies Facebook page. Look for the livestream at the top of their feed. You won’t be able to see the livestream until the webinar goes live at 6:00 pm.
Here’s some background material about the issue in case you want to read up before the event. There will be a Q&A session at the end, after the expert presenters.
Hope you can join!