Sustainable Living Association offers climate change program

FORT COLLINS — The Sustainable Living Association, an organization that provides sustainable education in Northern Colorado, has launched a program to provide residents with resources to help fight climate change. In partnership with the city of Fort Collins and the Colorado Water Center, the Impact Series kicks off Aug, 22 with a free screening of The Human Element by James Balog at The Lyric Cinema in Fort Collins.

The Impact Series is a four-part event about behavior change and helping people understand how their daily actions can have a positive impact on global efforts to combat climate change. The program helps people recognize what causes climate change and identify steps they can take to reduce their impact. 

“Through a series of community engagement events we aim to inspire thousands of Colorado residents to take the Impact Pledge, creating a combined effort to reduce carbon emissions and preserve our natural resources,” Kellie Falbo, executive director of the Sustainable Living Association, said in a written statement.

“Collectively we can raise awareness and learn how to communicate the effects of climate change while shifting our mindset to better practices and behaviors that create stronger and more resilient communities.” Falbo said. 

FORT COLLINS — The Sustainable Living Association, an organization that provides sustainable education in Northern Colorado, has launched a program to provide residents with resources to help fight climate change. In partnership with the city of Fort Collins and the Colorado Water Center, the Impact Series kicks off Aug, 22 with a free screening of The Human Element by James Balog at The Lyric Cinema in Fort Collins.

The Impact Series is a four-part event about behavior change and helping people understand how their daily actions can have a positive impact on global efforts to combat climate change. The program helps people recognize what causes climate change and identify steps they can take to reduce their impact. 

“Through a series of community engagement events we aim to inspire thousands of Colorado residents to take the Impact Pledge, creating a combined effort to reduce carbon emissions and preserve our natural resources,” Kellie Falbo, executive director of the Sustainable Living Association, said in a written statement.

“Collectively we can raise awareness and learn how to communicate the effects of climate change while shifting our mindset to better practices and behaviors that create stronger and more resilient communities.” Falbo said.