Climate Action Collaborative
How important is climate change to Eagle County, Colorado? We asked that question, and found that 86% percent of 1,100+ local respondents are “alarmed” or “concerned” about climate change. Other evidence supports this finding, and it’s now clear that the Eagle Valley not only considers climate change a serious issue, but is ready to do something about it.
Good news: More than 30 local businesses, organizations, nonprofits and governments ARE doing something about it, and that something is called the Climate Action Collaborative. The Collaborative’s goal is simple: reduce carbon emissions 25% by 2025 and 80% by 2050. It’s a big goal, and a goal that a large portion of Eagle County feels is one of the most important issues of our generation. Perhaps it is especially clear to us here in the mountains, where much of our economy rises and falls with snowfall totals and the precious water that runs through our streams and rivers.
2018 Climate Action Collaborative Annual Report:
Help Us Reach Our Climate Action Goals
We can’t meet our Climate Action Collaborative goals without your help. You can take part and YOU can make a difference. Throughout this site you will find updates from the Collaborative and recommended actions anyone can take to help us reach our goals by 2025 and 2050. From energy efficiency in your home or business to recycling tips and tricks and free energy saving resources like rebates to events including LED light bulb swaps we strive to educate the Eagle Valley community about all the small things we can do, together, to help us reach our goal.
It can seem daunting and we are often asked, “where should I start?” It’s simple. Take the Climate Action Pledge and we will keep you updated on the most efficient ways to help you reach your personal Climate Action goals and together, we will strive to #BeBetterTogether.