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Rocky Mountain Climate Organization (RMCO) : Colorado Climate Network

NameRocky Mountain Climate Organization (RMCO) : Colorado Climate Network
Project PurposeTen local governments, the Colorado Municipal League (CML), and the Colorado Association of Ski Towns (CAST), on May 25, 2009, launched the Colorado Climate Network, a new group to support programs by local governments to address climate change. The mission of the Network is to support efforts by local governments and allied organizations in Colorado to reduce greenhouse gases and to adapt to climate change – whether those efforts are styled as climate, sustainability, energy, or adaptation programs. The Network will help its members develop and implement those programs, learn of funding and other resources, and interact more productively with other local and state programs in Colorado. The Network is open to and will assist members both with established local programs and just getting their programs underway. The Network will work cooperatively with other organizations serving local governments. Both CML and CAST have officially endorsed the Network. The Network is administered by the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization (RMCO).

This organization operates in Colorado.
Sector(s) Water
Wildlife, ecosystems, and forestry
Climate-sensitive recreation and tourism
Participating Organizations