Tag Archive for: Sustainability

A man shouts with joy with his children as they ride the carousel at Camp Christmas

Don’t Just Enjoy Camp Christmas, Feel Good About Local Sustainability

A night out on the town can be a blast, an extravagance even, a chance to put your worries aside and take in a show. When you head to Camp Christmas this season, you can also get the glow of appreciation for the sustainability efforts at the Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park. How Camp Christmas is […]

A man and woman embrace while collapsed on the floor in Hadestown

Hadestown: Putting the Climate Centerstage

When art imitates life, you get Hadestown, the Broadway blockbuster coming to Denver August 30-September 11. Set in the underworld of Greek mythology, Hadestown touches on a variety of subjects, but one is hard to ignore both on stage and right at home. Climate change. The show opens to an increasingly industrialized world, where the […]

Denver Botanic Gardens ecologist records data during an ecological survey of an urban greenway in Denver

Denver Botanic Gardens Tackles Climate Change

Climate change is hard to ignore. Whether you’ve experienced a wildfire in our state, seen images of polar ice caps crashing into the sea, or are just attuned to more extreme weather patterns, our world is changing. With these changes come different approaches to the ways in which we live…and local groups who are doing […]

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Two passions, one purpose: The intersection of sustainability and theatre

In 2017, the DCPA Theatre Company produced the world premiere of Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist. The Denver Post explains: “The play gets its title from the notion that, according to some scientists, 2 degrees Celsius is the threshold that, once exceeded, will lead us to irreversible environmental upheaval.” Those concerns were underscored by Colorado’s […]