Colorado State U Caught Allegedly Leveraging Sierra Club Award, 4.3 million dollars

Board of Governors try to prevent Mexican residents from obtaining any more documents from Freedom of Information Act, CORA
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BOULDER, Colo. - Oct. 8, 2015 - PRLog -- Todos Santos, Mexico - Colorado State University’s Global Environmental Sustainability criticize Colorado State University for using their Sierra Club Award as a marketing tool for Black Creek Group (Denver) & MIRA) unsustainable beach resort/campus development in small Mexican town, Todos Santos

Colorado State University executives ignore sustainable practices and partner with Black Creek/MIRA for 4.3-million-dollar satellite campus.  150-year-old fisherman’s beach leveled along with sea turtle habitat.  CSU signs agreement to never speak against partner's unsustainable and environment infractions and human rights issues.  Colorado State University complicit in clean water being diverted without legal permits from municipality to their partners personal 400,000-liter water tank.  Town residents go without water.

Colorado State U President Tony Frank does not inform their Board of Governors of resistance from Todos Santos residents.  Board of Governors react to public presentation, backed up by documents collected through Colorado’s Freedom of Information Act, CORA, Oct 1st by introducing into legislation that CORA should not apply to Todos Santos residents -24 hours after presentation.

President Tony Frank says involvement with beach resort developers backed my fossil fuel money is to honor Hickenlooper's Tours and Trade Program -yet, he and Gov. Board want to now restrict what Mexican residents can obtain through CORA.

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