Watch Judy’s presentation to the Fort Collins Community Action Network on Global Climate Migration: How can Colorado communities play a leadership role?
Several news outlets have shared information about Brendle Group’s white paper, International Climate Migration What Can U.S. Communities Do?
Join Brendle Groupers Zach Taylor and Amy Volckens as they walk through a discussion on cooling towers.
Thursday, December 6 from 2-3 p.m.
Register and learn more at http://coloradowaterwise.org/event-3126132.
The APA Water and Planning Connect Conference explores new ways to integrate land use planning with water management to ensure your community’s healthier, more sustainable future.
The Conference focuses on collaboration with planning and water industry leaders on topics such as “One Water,” planning for climate change, and engaging the public on important water issues.
Brendle Groupers Shelby Sommer and Amy Volckens present on Aligning Planners and Water Professionals.
For general aviation airports in Colorado, sustainability is about their ability to remain viable and valuable assets to their customers and communities and to adapt and improve in a changing market. Sustainability also helps balance economic, social, and environmental pressures while still meeting the operational needs of an airport.
Brendle Group helped develop a sustainability planning tool kit with Mead and Hunt and the Colorado Division of Aeronautics to support GA airports on their path to greater sustainability and viability.
With drought intensifying across much of the country and a changing climate that means less water for growing populations, the water resource risks and uncertainties faced by companies, organizations, and communities are increasing. Yet the tools to comprehensively assess current water use and quality impacts, examine water and cost reduction scenarios, and take action have been lacking. The Net Zero Water Initiative fills this gap and is now available for free download. Read more here.
In February 2015, Hermosa Beach became the fourth city in America to choose to codify its carbon neutral plans, setting a goal of municipal carbon neutrality by 2020. Hermosa Beach joins the cities of Davis, Austin, and South Miami as early adoptees of carbon neutrality. Read more here.