About Mac Scott

Mac grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, where energy, water and the environment were frequently the topic of dinner table conversations. He enjoys taking part in all of the incredible outdoor opportunities the Roaring Fork Valley has to offer. Backpacking, hiking, skiing, disc golf and playing soccer are just a few of the ways he might to spend a nice day. On the not so nice days, you will find him listening to new music and working on his latest knitting project.

The Future According to Jack Fox

By |2021-04-13T14:10:45-06:00April 13th, 2021|Blog Feed|

April 22 marks the 51st Earth Day and serves as a fresh reminder that our climate dilemma didn’t develop overnight. There were times our relationship with fossil fuels was healthier and fueled new technology and economic progress. But, the time for a tough breakup has long since passed. Gen Z didn’t have a say in the world they inherited, but its leaders are stepping up to create a […]

Earth Day Action

By |2021-04-11T10:43:43-06:00April 12th, 2021|Events|

Limited time offer for the first 25 sign-ups through April 22, 2021. Available to Roaring Fork Valley residents in Pitkin and Eagle counties. 

Let’s Get Going!

A better life starts with a better space. Tell us about your project in the form at right. The second you hit submit, we’re on the job connecting you to our free energy advising, incentives and […]

Regeneration: Imagining the Future

By |2021-04-12T20:04:51-06:00April 7th, 2021|Events|

Through / Hasta May 21 @ Colorado Mountain College Aspen

Artists / Artistas: Brian Colley • Jody Guralnick • Sam Harvey • Sandie Johnson • Diego Madero • Esther Macy Nooner • Agustina Mistretta • Nori Pao • Sara Ransford • Deb Shannan • Skye Weinglass • Ellen Woods.

Sponsored by / Patrocinado por: Obermeyer Wood Investment Counsel + CMC Foundation / Artshare

Colorado Mountain College presents a multimedia exhibition […]

Plugging into Climate Action with Zach Pierce

By |2021-04-12T20:05:08-06:00March 15th, 2021|Events|

CORE presents “Community Meeting 2021: Plugging into Climate Action with Zach Pierce,” a virtual town hall with Zach Pierce, Special Advisor on Energy and Climate to Colorado Governor Polis. Pierce will start off this action-oriented program by talking with CORE executive director Mona Newton about the roadmap to reducing greenhouse gases and how Colorado will achieve carbon-free by 2050.

The conversation will be followed by a lightning round with local climate heroes, who will have one minute each to […]

Connor – Carbondale

By |2021-03-09T13:48:38-07:00March 9th, 2021|Stories|

“My dad and I are working to build an electric snowmobile…”


Find Connor on the Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Aspen murals!

Talking Climate with George Newman

By |2021-02-24T13:46:48-07:00January 19th, 2021|Blog Feed|

We had the chance to sit down with George for a quick Q&A about his history with CORE, the climate and a friendly chat about politics. January 20th was the perfect day to interview George. Talking to an influential local politician on the day of Joe Biden’s historic nomination was quite the treat. George served as a Pitkin County commissioner for 12 years, the maximum allowed under the term limit. He served all 12 of those years on […]

Ready-for-Winter Restaurant Checklist

By |2020-12-14T12:30:33-07:00December 10th, 2020|Blog Feed|

CORE is Here to Help! 

Connect with CORE for FREE energy advising

Stretch your funds with CORE Rebates: Cash-back incentives for restaurants on electric infrared outdoor heaters, HVAC systems, dishwashers, fryers, ovens and more.

DIY Ways to Prep Your Restaurant for Winter 

Thermostats: Program your thermostat to match your business hours. For unoccupied buildings, turn down to 50 degrees to save energy while keeping pipes from […]

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