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Decarbonize your glasshouse facility. Glasshouses – especially those built in the early 20th century or before – are among the most inefficient buildings. They are expensive and energy intensive to heat and cool, lack proper insulation, and are often tied …

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March 13, 2024 The Climate Toolkit has revised its Buildings and Energy focus area with updated climate commitments centered around regenerative design, renewable energy and decarbonization. The new commitments were developed in collaboration with Architecture 2030, an organization whose mission …

Webinar 12: Buildings, Energy and Decarbonization Read More »

Watch our latest Climate Toolkit Workshop, presented in collaboration with RMI, Environment & Culture Partners and America is All In. What is the IRA, and how can it help cultural institutions?The Inflation Reduction Act introduces groundbreaking opportunities for U.S. based cultural nonprofits seeking …

Climate Toolkit Workshop – The Inflation Reduction Act for Cultural Institutions Read More »

In the summer of 2023, Denver Zoo partnered with Colorado State University’s (CSU) Impact MBA Corporate Sustainability Fellowship program to conduct a comprehensive zoo-wide Greenhouse Gas Assessment. CSU Impact MBA graduate student Miki Salamon was brought in to lead the …

Lions, Tigers and Carbon, Oh My! Denver Zoo’s 2022 Greenhouse Gas Assessment Read More »

November 8, 2023 Watch our latest webinar on “Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change“. Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) leverage the power of nature and healthy ecosystems to increase carbon storage while decreasing emissions. The latest IPCC report demonstrates that nature-based solutions are among …

Climate Toolkit Webinar 11: Nature-Based Solutions Read More »

The Climate Toolkit had the chance to sit down with Jon Wagar, Deputy Executive Director of Duke Farms, a center of the Doris Duke Foundation in New Jersey, and dig deep into their two-pronged approach for climate sustainability.  CLIMATE TOOLKIT:  Give …

Nature Positive / Carbon Negative: An Interview with Duke Farms Read More »

Watch our latest webinar on “How to Establish a Green Team.” In this one-hour webinar, our speakers from Smithsonian Gardens, Cincinnati Art Museum, and The Florida Aquarium present three institutional case studies on forming green teams in the context of a botanic garden, an …

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EV Charging Stations: A Resource Guide As society makes the imperative shift away from fossil fuels and towards the path of full electrification, a key piece of the puzzle will be expanding and improving access to clean energy infrastructure. Cultural …

Driving Toward Electrification (Part 1) Read More »