Who We Are:
The Central Colorado Climate Coalition is a 501c3 non-profit organization made up of grassroots activists and citizens committed to education and action on climate change mitigation within the Arkansas River Valley and surrounding areas.
Our goal is to bring people and organizations together on climate awareness, and work for sustainable policies and local solutions using direct action, education, and the arts.
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Latest News and Updates:
Earth Day Official Press Release
CCCC Earth Day Press Release The Central Colorado Climate Coalition is excited to announce the Arkansas Valley’s Annual Earth Day Celebration 2023, to be held in Salida, CO Saturday, April 22nd. Please find the outline of events and announcements below. We have organized the information into three separate PSA’s with radio, press, and event calendars in mind. For interviews and additional information, please contact our Community Organizer, Angie Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Updates including partner events that weekend, speaker list, and complete schedule may be found on our website at http://www.climatecolorado.com A copy of the official event poster is…Keep reading
Earth Day Festival Schedule
SCHEDULE: 10:30am– Parade Line Up at Alpine Park 11:00am to 12:00pm– Parade For The Species F Street to Riverside Park 12:00pm- 1:00pm– Lunch Break (Bring your own!) 1:00pm- 3:00pm — Act Locally! Speaker Series at Salida Scout Hut and Denim/Shoe Recycle DriveKeep reading
Announcing Earth Day 2023!
The Central Colorado Climate Coalition is excited to announce….Earth Day 2023! This year’s festival will be a lighter version of the event we put on in 2022, highlighting the Parade For The Species, and an afternoon of talks INSIDE at the Salida Scout Hut . Coordinating so many people and organizations last year was a pleasure, but a very time intensive one. We also learned last year, that the severe winds so frequently present in spring are just not conducive to the type of outdoor festival with community booths and picnics that we had envisioned. The parade was the most…Keep reading