The Indian Peaks Group, or IPG, is named after the mountain range consisting of James Peak, Mount Audubon and others on the Continental Divide in western Boulder County. The IPG is effective and influential in Boulder County on issues that affect the environment. We work hard for political candidates that receive our endorsement. Our positions on environmental issues are often solicited by local decision makers, who look to IPG members for well-informed, thoughtful views on environmental and urban issues.
Sponsored by the Sierra Club and the City of Boulder
Hi there Sierrans—
The city of Boulder recently approached the Sierra Club-Indian Peaks Group with an offer to co-host an informal discussion on what Boulder can do to address climate change and work to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. This is an opportunity for Sierra Club members and others in Boulder to have their voices heard and incorporated into the city’s efforts to plan for and respond to a changing climate. So consider this: how can all of us help Boulder reach our 2015 Climate Commitment? What can we do together as a city? This will not be a lecture format—this is a chance to talk to likeminded others and help make a plan.
You can find a draft of the 2015 Climate Commitment here.
Acting on climate change is an all-hands-on-deck crisis that we all need to be part of. But we can’t act until we have a plan. And it’s not a plan until we’ve articulated it with others (and written it down). We hope that you will join us on Monday, October 19 at 7:00 pm for an inspired discussion about what our community has already accomplished and where we might go. Place to be announced soon. But do plan on joining us—we need you!
You don’t have to RSVP, but it would be good to know if you can make it—we’ll get a venue based on the number of interested people.
Warm regards, Becky
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