Stream Roaring Stories

By |2021-07-26T16:32:23-06:00September 15th, 2019|Blog Feed|

When did climate change become real to you? The 2nd Annual Roaring Stories sought to answer this very real question by sharing personal experiences. On June 5th, 6 storytellers spoke to a sold-out audience at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies Rock Bottom Ranch. With the help of Writ Large and MC Alya Howe, Mike Marolt, Mona Newton, Samuel Bernal, Annie Worley, Beatriz Soto, and Bill Kight shared how they have felt the tremendous impact of climate change.

Roaring Stories […]

Imagine Climate Image Gallery

By |2021-07-22T14:59:38-06:00April 12th, 2019|Blog Feed|

In March, CORE launched a month-long celebration of climate art and technology to kick-off our 25th anniversary: “Imagine Climate.” This creative initiative, which brought in 14 artists and scientists over 28 days, included a climate art exhibition at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, the Future Energy panel at Aspen Center for Physics, “The Human Element” film screening and conversation at The Temporary, and the “We Are the Asteroid II” public art installation at […]

Is Climate Change Busting Our Powder? Open Snow’s Joel Gratz Weighs In.

By |2021-07-19T11:07:52-06:00January 16th, 2018|Blog Feed|

Open Snow founder and meteorologist Joel Gratz breaking down the season at a recent talk in Frisco. Photo: Hugh Carey / hcarey@summitdaily.com

It was a dismal start to the ski season. By early January, I could run in a t-shirt, had shoveled less than a foot of snow and even the open ski runs were dotted with patches of grass and exposed rocks.

I couldn’t help but wonder: How should we make sense of this? Is climate change to blame […]

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