Tell Rep. Tipton to Act on Climate
Outdoor recreation is a mainstay of life on the Western Slope. It is driven by skiing in the winter, visitors to our public lands in the summer, and in-state tourists enjoying the changing colors of our iconic aspen trees in the fall. Unfortunately, all of these activities are at risk due to climate change.
Rep. Tipton, the dangers of climate change are real and present in your district. Its effects are numerous and include extreme weather, public health risks, and business impacts. We urge you to act on climate and mitigate the threats of global warming to our unique way of life.