Left to right: Bryan Hannegan, President/CEO, Holy Cross Energy || Roger S. Pulwarty, Senior Scientist, NOAA-Boulder || Sarah Uhl, Environmental Artist
In celebration of 25 years helping the Roaring Fork Valley save energy, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE), presents “Future Energy: a Technologist, a Climate Scientist and an Artist Walk Into a Bar…” Find out how these three innovative thinkers and doers — Bryan Hannegan of Holy Cross Energy, Roger S. Pulwarty of NOAA-Boulder, and environmental artist Sarah Uhl — envision the future and what it’s going to take to get us there. Moderated by CORE’s executive director Mona Newton.
The event will be held on Wednesday, March 13 at 6 pm (doors at 5:30) at the Aspen Center for Physics and will be broadcast live on KDNK Carbondale Community Access Radio. Future Energy is made possible through a community partnership with Holy Cross Energy, the City of Aspen Government and KDNK.
Future Energy is part of CORE’s 25th anniversary kickoff, Imagine Climate: a month-long celebration of climate art and technology. From March 4 through April 1, leading artists, technologists and climate scientists will offer creative perspectives and solutions to the climate crisis through a program of events by the valley environmental nonprofit that helps locals save energy and cut carbon emissions. All events are FREE and open to the public. More at www.aspencore.org
Additional support for Imagine Climate comes from : Aspen Skiing Company Environment Foundation, The Aspen Times, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Aspen Daily News, Aspen Public Radio, Town of Basalt, Town of Snowmass Village, The Temporary, Basalt Bike + Ski, and Aspen Center for Physics.