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Visualizing a Sustainable Colorado

The Sustainability Series is a monthly networking forum for the public to learn and discuss how local Front Range universities, business, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental agencies have incorporated and defined sustainability in innovative and progressive ways.

The program for February 2014 is "Visualizing a Sustainable Colorado."

How do we build the future we want? Join William Becker from the center for the New American Economy & Natural Capitalism Solutinos, with a virtual opening from Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute.  We will be discussing the major features of a sustainable Colorado.  The major issues we need to confront to get there and how to help people "see" the future they want will be addressed.

Thought provoking; Great networking: Great conversation; Great location; Great attendance (usually more than 50).  All complimentary! 

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  • Leanne

    very engaging event

    February 4, 2014

  • Tina

    Will connect with this group -- another time when the weather is better. Thanks, TINA

    February 4, 2014

  • Rae A.

    Awesome. I am looking forward to an engaging conversation at tomorrow's meeting!

    February 3, 2014

  • Tom S.

    Sustainability starts with a discussion. We're eusocial beings, so once we get together to discuss something we reinforce it. If we discuss new stuff in the market place, we're more likely to focus on materialism. If we discuss spirituality, we're more likely to be spiritual. If we discuss sustainability, we're more likely to live sustainably. We must discuss it first so it will emerge later. This is more important than it seems at first glance. Best of all, this discussion is held in a venue at the terminus of the new West Corridor light rail line and is an excellent opportunity to go downtown via light rail.

    February 3, 2014

  • Stormy

    The one major obstacle about recycling programs in the inner city was they did not last the entire school year and did not carry on the next school year. Before retirement, I made inquires to have the green house revitalized and have students maintain it. Everyone like the idea, until it came to having access through a science lab. Yes even Science teachers are territorial and did not want their comfort zone invaded by people outside of the science dept.! So a good green house goes without being used wasting away until it becomes too dangerous to use and too expensive to repair, and potentially green conscious young people do not have the opportunity to appreciate what our environment does for them and for us!

    February 3, 2014

  • Tom

    I am exploring the sustainability indexes for publicly traded companies and this will be very helpful.

    January 31, 2014

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