“We all love this place. But love is more than just a feeling, it’s an action.” ~Mayor Michael B. Hancock
More and more Denver residents are recognizing that our homes represent a huge opportunity to love this place by taking small steps. The following tips will help you live more sustainably and most will also save you money.
Non-residential buildings account for over 35% of all the damaging greenhouse gas emissions in Denver and possess great potential to love this place by shrink our eco-footprints. Whether you’re an office worker, small business owner, skilled tradesperson, or CEO, you can lower your impact and simultaneously raise your company’s bottom line. Below are steps you can take at the office to save energy, reduce waste, and make a positive contribution toward a more sustainable Denver.
Making smart transportation and travel choices can save you money, make you healthier and happier, and reduce your carbon footprint. Love this place by walking, cycling, using public transportation, and driving smartly when you’re on the go. Take these simple steps when going to work, taking vacations, or roaming around the city.
There are many ways for us to love this place in our day-to-day lives. Whether it’s what we eat, buy, decide, or do – making simple, sustainable choices in our daily lives contributes to great strides toward a healthier community and planet. The little things really do add up.
Throughout the fall, the Office of Sustainability will be out in the community, rewarding residents doing their part to Love This Place with free pancake coupons to local Certifiably Green Denver restaurant, Snooze. But you don’t have to wait for us to find you – share your stories of how you #LoveThisPlace with us on Facebook and Instagram for the chance to be this month’s Love This Place hero!