Tell BlueTriton: Don't drain Colorado dry
In the last week of July, roughly 43 percent of Colorado was experiencing either extreme or exceptional drought. This means dangerously low reservoirs, dams without enough water to produce electricity, land that can't support its animals, and more parched earth to fuel wildfires.
Worst of all, as climate change continues to accelerate, this exceptional drought will increasingly be Colorado's new normal.
Colorado needs all the water it can get. For that reason, I urge you not to bottle and sell Colorado's precious water.