The Center for Western Priorities is a nonpartisan engagement center that serves as a source of accurate information, promotes responsible policies and practices, and ensures accountability at all levels to protect land, water, and communities in the American West.
The Center advances responsible conservation and energy practices in the West through a network of policy experts, advocacy champions, creative thinkers, and citizens. We encourage open, public debate and work to advance those discussions online, in the media, and throughout Western communities by promoting responsible solutions and accurate information.
Our research-based accountability project advocates for honest dialogue and broad public disclosure, providing thorough and thoughtful analysis quickly and accurately.
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An agreement is reached on Colorado’s Roan Plateau that strikes a balance between energy development and conservation; Colorado’s oil and gas task force begins laying out how it will address conflicts between communities and the industry.