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Below is the new Declaration Rejecting the legitimacy of the COGCC. On August 3rd this was delivered to Matt LePore, Director of COGCC, at a hearing in Greeley. As we prepared for the hearings, we realized that no matter what we said when we testify, how many personal stories of harm people experienced, or how many scientific studies we give them, they are unfazed. The COGCC is serving as a rubber stamp agency for the this Extreme Extraction Industry and doesn’t care that communities are being polluted. It is time to say ENOUGH. Join us as we continue to tell COGCC, the Governor and Legislators that they cannot continue to put our communities in harms way

Whereas: The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has failed in its mission to:

“protect the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens and protect the welfare of the environment and wildlife resources”.

We, Coloradans Against Fracking, find it necessary to reject the authority of Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to make decisions that negatively impact our health, our air, our water, and our land, or violate the will of the voters seeking to protect their health, air quality, water quality, or property from the impacts of oil and gas extraction. Therefore, it is our duty to continue to work to genuinely protect the people, wildlife and the environment of the state of Colorado.

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Mission Statement: The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission was created “to foster oil and gas development in the state of Colorado while protecting public health, safety, and welfare, including the protection and welfare of the environment and wildlife resources.”

Nothing about the current heavy industrial processes used to extract oil and gas is compatible with maintaining public health, safety and welfare or protecting the environment and wildlife resources. Toxic air pollution, explosions, fires, earthquakes, and toxic spills contaminating ground water polluting rivers and streams all continue to occur. As drilling and transport of raw materials and waste increases, so does the incidence of “accidents”. The COGCC’s actions and regulations have not stopped the spills, accidents or earthquakes. Compatibility between this heavy, toxic industry and public health, safety and welfare is not possible within such close proximity of human activity.

Research, studies, data: The dangerously irresponsible actions taken, or not taken, by the COGCC are not from a lack of competence. They are the result of selective interpretation by the COGCC of the edict written by the Colorado legislature defining their duty. By choosing to define their mission from the industry’s point of view, the COGCC gives themselves permission to ignore scientific documentation, data and empirical observation that prove toxic, adverse effects to our air, water, soil, health and property caused by oil gas development: and to reference only studies solicited by and for industry when creating rules and regulations. The COGCC chooses to ignore the many peer reviewed, scientific studies made available to them. What may be the most offensive and harmful action of all, is that members of the COGCC choose to ignore the many personal testimonies of Coloradans who have been harmed by oil gas development.

Process: The actions of the COGCC demonstrate that the processes established to provide opportunity for public input and participation are intended only to create a false sense of security for the public; a facade meant to lure a trusting public into submission and complacency – with the secondary purpose of deflecting any and all who might challenge the authority of the COGCC to permit drilling when and wherever the industry chooses. Any comment, criticism or testimony that is not in support of the industry may be listened to, but are ultimately ignored.

Regulation: COGCC regulations, insistently touted as the strongest in the country, are empty words created to provide a false sense of security. Monitoring and reporting is largely left to the industry with notice given in advance of inspection. Self-regulation amounts to no regulation. Token fines may be imposed in instances when a fine is legally required. These minimum fines are often dismissed when the company accepts the choice of performing community service. Here the COGCC has been consistent. They regularly apply no fine or a minimum fine for industry violations.

Coloradans Against Fracking says enough.

We, the people, simply cannot and will not recognize the legitimacy of a commission whose actions are detrimental to our health and safety, and to the health and safety of future generations. By both their actions and inaction, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission constantly and consistently fails to fulfill its mission and by doing so, fails to protect us, the residents of the state they are charged with protecting.

Therefore, Coloradans Against Fracking must, in all moral conscience, reject any authority the failed Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission claims to hold, and will continue to work to truly protect the citizens, wildlife and the environment of the state of Colorado.

Declaration Rejecting the Legitimacy of the
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A discussion with Dr. Shermin Voshmgir, founder of BlockchainHub

More and more, blockchain is a discussion point for financial professionals, government officials, corporate executives and technology watchers of all stripes. Questions abound on what it is and how it may impact organizations, but it is clear that the potential for disruption is very real.

We asked Dr. Voshmgir, the founder of Aku LA Val Low GTX bzgS2P
and a frequent speaker and thought leader on the topic of blockchain, to share her insights on this new technology and what we might expect.

Dividends : According to a report earlier this year bythe Harvard Business Review, “It will take decades forblockchain to seep into our economic and socialinfrastructure.” Do you agree with that assessment, oris blockchain closer than people think?


Dr. Shermin Voshmgir : The answer is a bit more complex. First of all, it really depends on the industry and the use case in question. Use cases like supply chain transparency or accounting and controlling on the fly need widespread technological adoption as well as industry standards. Simpler applications that don’t rely on huge network effects, along all players of society, might be feasible quite soon. But it is true, the technology is still young. We haven’t fully developed the technology stack yet, and there are still many technical as well as legal challenges to overcome before widespread adoption.

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Also, what blockchain are we are talking about? Are we talking about permissionless blockchains like bitcoin and Ethereum or permissioned/federated blockchains in the sense of a simple distributed ledger, as in the case of (banks), EWF (energy) and (insurance)? The first is a completely new way of organizing a geographically disparate group of people who do not know or trust each other around a tokenized economy, powered by crypto economic-incentive mechanisms of blockchain tokens. The latter is more like SAP in the ’90s: It can massively reduce translation costs but won’t revolutionize existing business models too much. The only thing these technologies have in common is the distributed ledger.

Dividends : What barriers must governments, corporations and other legal entities overcome to widely adopt blockchain, and what must be done to showcase its benefits in order to overcome systemic inertia?

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