Please join our sign-on letter, calling on city governments to withdraw from the Rocky Mountain Greenway project. What is the Rocky Mountain Greenway?
The Rocky Mountain Greenway is a proposed mountain biking path, intended to go through the previous buffer zone of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, which was officially shut down in 1989 after an FBI raid found severe violation of environmental laws.
Why is it dangerous?
The Rocky Flats site is still widely contaminated
Sign On to Halt the Rocky Mountain Greenway Here
RMPJC's Nuclear Nexus Collective is thrilled to announce the launch of a sign-on letter that cites the dangers of allowing public recreation at Rocky Flats and calls on city and county governments to withdraw from the project. Please sign on to our letter below, either on behalf of yourself or an organization you represent, to tell your government officials that you do not support the Rocky Mountain Greenway project.
When: Friday, January 22nd from 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: Courtyard East of Lucky's Market at 3960 Broadway #104, Boulder, CO 80304 Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Becomes International Law on January 22nd!
Join RMPJC in North Boulder as we come together to celebrate the Nuclear Ban Treaty entering into force internationally! We will have banners, signs, music, art, and more information on the Ban Treaty, as well as opportunities to get involved.
When: Friday, January 22nd from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Register for the online film screening here
RMPJC Nuclear Nexus have partnered with the Naropa Joanna Macy Center to offer an online screening of the documentary "The Beginning of the End of Nuclear Weapons." This documentary explains the historical context and importance of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty, and ends with a hopeful message on the changing international norms regarding nuclear weapons. Th