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- February 5, 2012
Register for Solar Power Colorado, Feb 5-6 in Westminster
- January 1, 1970
July 9: Women in Sustainable Energy Speaker Series
- February 2, 2013
Denver Urban Homesteading hosts Feb 2 Bee Festival
- February 13, 2013
Women in Sustainable Energy Speaker Series, February 12th
- February 16, 2013
Free Solar Open House, Saturday Feb 16 in Golden
Solar Made Simple
Introducing Solar Benefits Colorado, a new solar discount program being offered to employees and retirees of Boulder County, the City and County of Denver, the State of Colorado and other local governments in the Denver/Boulder metro area. Sponsored by ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability USA this limited time program allows employees to pool their buying power [...]Learn more...
Mile High Electronics Recycling Event
Score one for the environment and recycle your electronics at the Mile High Electronics Recycling Event at Sports Authority Field on Sunday, August 11, 2013. This recycling event offers Colorado residents the opportunity to securely and legally dispose of electronics materials at discounted fees. As of July 1, 2013, the Colorado’s Electronic Recycling Jobs Acts [...]Learn more...
Stop Trashing Old Electronics: Electronics Disposal Ban Effective July 1
Effective July 1, 2013, the Colorado’s Electronic Recycling Jobs Acts (SB 12-133, 4/20/12) prohibits Colorado residents from disposing of electronic waste in their trash. While it has been illegal for many years for industry, businesses, government agencies, institutions and schools to dispose of e-waste in landfills, this new law makes it illegal for Colorado residents [...]Learn more...
Denver Energy Challenge Recognizes Program Achievements, Announces Next Steps in Sustainability Efforts
Denver, CO- June 13, 2013 – More than 100 Denver Energy Challenge program participants and partners celebrated the culmination of three years and approximately $10 million in energy savings at a program recognition event on June 12. The event also announced new and continuing efforts to offer energy efficiency and sustainability resources for Denver residents [...]Learn more...
Denver Energy Challenge Celebrates Past, Present and Future Savings Of Over $10 Million
Denver, CO- June 12, 2013- Denver Environmental Health’s Denver Energy Challenge staff, partners and participants will celebrate more than $10 million in energy savings and announce the program’s next steps at a recognition event from 4 to 6 p.m. June 12 at the Pepsi Center. Denver’s Energy Challenge: Past, Present and Future, will highlight the [...]Learn more...
Mayor Hancock Among First to Sign Resilient Communities for America Agreement
Mayor Hancock is among the 30 inaugural signatories of the Resilient Communities for America Agreement. The Resilient Communities for America Agreement is a national campaign that will mobilize hundreds of U.S. local elected officials—mayors, county executives, city council members, etc.—who pledge to create more resilient cities, towns, and counties, built to overcome our nation’s extreme [...]Learn more...