U.S Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Volunteer Opportunities

View On Meetup.com Date Wednesday, 04 Oct 2017 10:00 AM Hello Metro Denver CRES Chapter. Looking for something fun, exciting, and rewarding to do this fall? Sign up to volunteer for the Solar Decathlon, a design build competition coming to Denver October 5-15, 2017.  The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition challenges collegiate teams to design and build full-size energy-efficient, solar-powered houses. …

Volunteer Opportunities with ASES’s 46th Annual Conference

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 05 Oct 2017 10:00 AM Hello Metro Denver CRES Chapter. We are helping with ASES’s 46th Annual Conference. It is taking place October 9-12 in Denver on the University of Colorado at Denver campus.  To find out more information about the conference visit: http://www.ases.org/conference/ Each year conference volunteers fill vital roles, ensuring the conference runs smoothly and …

Volunteer Opportunity with Metro Denver Green Homes Tour

View On Meetup.com Date Saturday, 07 Oct 2017 9:00 AM Hello Metro Denver CRES Chapter. On Saturday, October 7th there will be the annual Metro Denver Green Homes Tour. The tour has been promoting and demonstrating environmental awareness and appreciation in the greater Golden and Denver Metro areas for more than 24 years. Go visit each “green” home and talk with the …

Alliance for Sustainable Colorado – (S2): What Colorado Can Learn from The EU

View On Meetup.com Date Monday, 11 Sep 2017 5:30 PM Hello Metro Denver CRES Chapter. A quick announcement on an upcoming event with the Alliance Center.  This is a free event, but you must register first at the following link: https://www.classy.org/denver/events/sustainability-series-s2-what-colorado-can-learn-from-eu-local-action-energy-climate/e138189 Here are the additional details on the event. Hope to see you there! Sustainability Series (S2): What Colorado Can Learn from The …

Alliance for Sustainable Colorado – Moving Forward: Beyond Paris

View On Meetup.com Date Monday, 21 Aug 2017 5:30 PM Hello Metro Denver CRES Chapter. A quick announcement on an upcoming event with the Alliance Center. It’s the perfect follow up event to our event on the 17th (C’est la vie: The Paris Accord & The CPP- Where Are We Now & Where Are We Going?). This is a free …

C’est la vie: The Paris Accord & The CPP- Where Are We Now & Where Are We Going?

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 17 Aug 2017 6:30 PM This presentation provides an overview of the Paris Climate Agreement and the Clean Power Plan.  It will describe the process under which each was created and discuss the subsequent events that have impacted their continued viability.  It will also analyze what impacts these developments could have on the country, states, …

Join 350Colorado and Hear the True Costs of Coal

View On Meetup.com Date Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017 6:00 PM 350Colorado.org/Colorado-Springs The True Costs of Coal Hear from our Speakers who will discuss the Social, Health and Environmental Impacts we face from burning coal in our communities. Learn about why these external costs, those that don’t show up on your utility bill but we all pay for in other ways …

Rocky Mountain Institute – Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy

View On Meetup.com Date Tuesday, 17 Oct 2017 7:00 PM NCRES is pleased to have Kareem Dabbagh of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) who will discuss pathways for cities such as Fort Collins to obtain 100% of our electricity from renewable sources.  Kareem will cover both technical and economic pathways to achieving this goal, drawing on 1) his work at …

Solar’s Growing Impact in Colorado

View On Meetup.com Date Tuesday, 08 Aug 2017 6:45 PM After a break in July, We are back! Allison Moe is the Workforce and Volunteer Manager for GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit solar installer and job training organization.  Colorado ranks 11th in the nation for amount of solar installed, at almost 1 gigawatt total to date and a third of that …

Hunter Lovins – We are Still In: A U.S./Paris Snapshot

View On Meetup.com Date Tuesday, 12 Sep 2017 6:45 PM Despite Presidential aspirations to renege on the Paris Accord, business as usual will result in the US meeting its obligations to that agreement. So, do bombastic pronouncements matter? In one sense, no. But in another, what really matters is that hundreds of businesses, cities and other organizations have pledged “We’re …