Climate Change is impacting Denver from its rooftops to its gardens, its urban forest to its water. The city of Denver’s Department of Public Health and Environment wants you to put your walking shoes on and come join us for a 4-part walking series on climate resiliency in Denver. Click on each link below to learn more about each walk and to sign up for one or all of the walks. You’ll get an insight into ways Denver is working toward making our climate more resilient and how you can make changes to adjust to our new climate reality.
March 15 | 10 am | Denver and Its Water: How Denver Water Is Staying Afloat in our Changing Climate | Register Here
April 5 | 10 am | The Green Roofs Initiative: How Rooftop Gardens Impact Denver’s Temperatures | Register Here
April 26 | 10 am | Denver’s Urban Forest: Surviving Climate Change | Register Here
May 9 | 10 am | Gardening in Denver’s New Weather with Denver Urban Gardens | Register Here
Climate Resilience in Denver Walks funded by a grant from the Public Health Institute’s Center for Climate Change & Health