The Denver Streets Partnership is partnering with Denver Community Active Living Coalition to host bimonthly meetings where you can learn more about how to get involved with events and projects focused on improving active transportation in Denver! The next meeting’s discussion topic is “Climate Change in Denver – Opportunities for Building Resilience.” The City of Denver is engaging the public over the next six months to better understand how we might implement initiatives to minimize the impacts of climate change in our own city. These initiatives will help us create a more sustainable future by drastically reducing emissions and developing strategies to be better prepared and more resilient when climate catastrophes strike such as severe hail storms, dangerous wildfires that cause poor air quality, and dramatic temperature fluctuations. The impacts of climate change will look different across the U.S. and throughout the world. We will face unique challenges in the City of Denver, which also means we have the opportunity to respond locally, creatively and effectively as a city.
Wednesday, Feb 12, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
La Alma Rec Center, 1325 W 11th Ave
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