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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

New Report: Reduction in Driving Likely to Continue, Driving Boom Over

As the average number of miles driven by Americans heads into its eighth year of decline, a new report from the CoPIRG Foundation finds that the slowdown in driving is likely to continue. Baby Boomers are moving out of the phase in their life when they do the most commuting, while driving-averse Millennials move into that phase. These demographic changes will likely keep driving down for decades, according to the report.

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Report | CoPIRG | Transportation

New Direction

The Driving Boom—a six decade-long period of steady increases in per-capita driving in the United States—is over. This report reveals why and what the implications are.

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Spreading the Word about Energy Conservation

Energy" was the word of the day at Summit Cove Elementary School on Thursday. Volunteers with AmeriCorps and CoPIRG, the Colorado Energy Service Corps, spent their spring break week visiting schools around Summit County to spread the word about energy conservation.

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Spreading the Word about Energy Conservation

 

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Volunteers with AmeriCorps and CoPIRG, the Colorado Energy Service Corps, spent their spring break week visiting schools around Summit County to spread the word about energy conservation.

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Budget, Tax

New Report: Colorado Receives a “D+” in Annual Report on Transparency of Government Spending

The CoPIRG Foundation released its 4th annual study, titled "Following the Money 2013: How the 50 States Rate in Providing Online Access to Government Spending Data." The report examines how transparent Colorado makes its spending compared to the other 49 states.

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Shareholders press these leading Right to Repair opponents to explain themselves as regulatory pressure mounts 

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Celebrating my favorite government mascot’s 50th birthday by sharing the zero-waste tips I have made a part of my life.

News Release | U.S. PIRG Education Fund

After making landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, Hurricane Ida tore a path of destruction from the Gulf Coast all the way to New York and New Jersey. With billions of dollars in damage from flooding, wind and tornadoes, far too many people must make insurance claims, repairs and begin rebuilding.

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Here are some tips to avoid scams and stay safe in the days and weeks ahead.

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