Zero is Here!

January 22nd, 2020|

Are you ready to create a healthy, comfortable, carbon-free space? So are we! Starting this month, we’re focusing all our efforts on one community-wide, zero-emissions goal we call the “Path to Zero.” It’s a streamlined platform we’ve developed to help you zero-out fossil fuels and carbon emissions in the built [...]

Art + Science Collide @ Imagine Climate 2020

January 22nd, 2020|

Wonder and delight at last year’s Imagine Climate. PC: Anderson Ranch Arts Center Coming soon: February 25! Mark your calendars: the 2nd annual Imagine Climate is coming your way. Science and art will throw sparks — and generate action — in the Roaring Fork Valley during this monthlong [...]

Top 5 Solutions to Fight Climate Change

November 19th, 2019|

Has the climate strike sparked curiosity about how to lower your carbon emissions and fight climate change? You are not alone. In mid-September, Google searches for the term “climate strike” skyrocketed to their highest levels ever, a 100-fold increase from the year prior.  CORE wants to put your inquisitiveness to [...]

High-performance learning, with a sandwich on the side

November 18th, 2019|

New this fall, CORE is offering FREE building science trainings for construction workers on the jobsite. Known as the CORE Workforce Training, these lunch-and-learn sessions, offered in English or Spanish, are held on-site during the lunch hour and include lunch and drinks for the student crew. The courses are led [...]

And the Winner Is…All of Us! CORE’s 2019 Energy Warrior Awards

November 18th, 2019|

As the 25th anniversary year winds down, CORE had one final move: honoring local champions of clean energy and climate restoration with our first-annual Energy Warrior Awards. Under the guise to the organization’s quarter-century celebration last month, we surprised ten local individuals and a nonprofit with awards in five [...]

The Invisible Hand of Energy Efficiency

October 4th, 2019|

“As business owners, energy efficiency is the best investment we can make,” says Gretchen Leary, co-owner of Duemani. She and her team are hard at work optimizing the carbon footprint of the 110-seat restaurant, set to open at Thanksgiving in Aspen’s former Rustique space. PC: Michele Cardamone Photography When Gretchen [...]

Carbon Emissions Reports

October 1st, 2019|

CARBON-EMISSIONS REPORTS SHOW UPPER VALLEY NEEDS TO WORK HARDER AND FASTER TO REACH CLIMATE GOALS CORE and Local Governments Release Latest Carbon-Emissions Findings (October 2, 2019) Aspen, CO — Today, on National Energy Efficiency Day, a partnership of upper valley governments supported by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) [...]

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