DENVER CO–(Marketwired – May 21, 2015) – Rock the Earth, a national nonprofit environmental organization that partners with the music industry, today announced it has received a grant of $81,000 from the John Denver Aspenglow Fund. A portion of the grant will be utilized for the organization’s coalition work in protecting the Central Mountains of

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Although somewhat overshadowed by our work during Earth Month (April), one of our favorite months each year is May. It’s the time of year when we pack up a van with some awesome volunteers and head out on the road to education & activate tens of thousands of people across the country. This year is

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The world we live in today will not be the world we hand off to future generations. Despite this fact, supported by thousands of scientific studies examining the impact of climate change and the plague of pollution, many of our world leaders continue to ignore the truth and persistently place shortsighted self-interest and economic wealth

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The Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site (PCMS) supports a diverse ecosystem with large numbers of big and small game, fisheries, non-game wildlife, forest, rangeland, mineral resources, as well as containing significant archeological and paleontological resources.

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Since the summer of 2010, Rock the Earth has monitored and reported on the serious environmental concerns raised by highly controversial industrial process associated with natural gas drilling called hydraulic fracturing (otherwise known as “fracking”).

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Drilling for oil and natural gas occurs on millions of acres of public lands that are administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The agency has proposed a plan that would open up Colorado’s Roan Plateau to drilling. Since 2005, RtE has argued that…

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