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    Oct 17 2014 (43 reads)

    According to a recent report by the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization, over the past 15 years, tens of millions of trees have died across the Rocky Mountain region—victims of a triple-assault of insects, wildfires, and stress from heat and drought.  Global warming is the driving force behind these impacts. If allowed to continue unchecked, it will dramatically reduce the range of iconic tree species such as aspens, piñons, and lodgepole pines.  The Union of Concerned Scientists and the Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development invite you to join us for presentations from expert panelists and a public discussion on the future of Colorado's forests.

    Oct 16 2014 (37 reads)

    Join ISSP for their third international conference, an opportunity for sustainability champions from all over the world to convene, network, learn and help shape the profession.  

    Oct 13 2014 (33 reads)

    Compost your leaves at one of Denver Recycles’ LeafDrop sites.  By participating in the LeafDrop program you can make less trash, keep our streets clean and help to make compost for Denver Recycles’ Annual Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale in May.

    Denver Announces Five-Year Action Plan to Deliver Affordable Housing Opportunities  Oct 06 2014 (351 reads)
    Denver Solicits Applications for Sustainable Neighborhoods Program  Oct 01 2014 (41 reads)

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