Tune in for a live performance by 10-year-old Elena Magnie. Elena debuts her new song on Earth Day 2020, Kids Can Make a Difference, and talks about songwriting and her thoughts about what kids bring to helping make the world a better place.
Suddenly, we find ourselves in the middle of a pandemic. If you were used to meeting in person, you now need a new way to stay in touch with your family, coworkers, friends and community. In this tutorial, find out how to use Zoom Meetings to stay connected while practicing social distancing. Get ready to laugh […]
Are you spending tons of time working for the planet, but not getting paid for it? Or maybe you can’t spend as much time as you’d like because of your job. Sound familiar? If either of those are you, then you’ll want to tune in to my interview with Lisa Yee-Litzenberg, Green Career Advisor. Find out how […]
We won! The Green Team Accelerator Lab was recognized as one of five Love This Place Award winners at the 2019 Sustainable Denver Summit on December 5, 2019. The award recognizes Joan Gregerson as innovator and facilitator of the Lab. Yet, it was the collaborative efforts of all the teams, partners and tour hosts that made […]
Throwing food away is the most heartbreaking waste of all. In this episode, Lesly Baesens, Denver Department of Health & Environment, tells us about Denver Food Matters pilot that is working to reduce food waste in restaurants. You’ll also discover surprising tips and resources for reducing food waste at home. Contents:1. Meet Lesly Baesens2. Why […]
Kristina Welch, Executive Director of the Denver-based nonprofit, Jovial Concepts and the Co-Op at 1st, shares how they are growing gardens and community in schools and neighborhoods in Metro Denver, Colorado. Meet Kristina Welch, Jovial ConceptsAt age 22, feeling lost and wondering what to do with her life, Kristina Welch came across the documentary Peace One […]
Meet community organizer and environmental and social justice advocate, Ean Thomas Tafoya of Denver, Colorado.
This episode is a mash-up of my Earth Week Summit interview with Ean Thomas Tafoya, along with an update of some of his latest work as an organizer of the Resilient Denver ballot initiative.