Regional response to climate change
EcoAction Partners promotes a more sustainable future across our region through programming to reduce our waste and energy use. We work closely with our regional governments, community groups, businesses, schools and individuals to track and analyze greenhouse gas emissions, set reduction goals, and facilitate reaching these goals.
Mountain Studies Institute
Empowering communities, managers, and scientists to innovate solutions through mountain research, education, and practice.
San Juan Citizens Alliance
We advocate for clean air, pure water and healthy lands – the foundations of resilient communities, ecosystems and economies in the San Juan Basin.
Sheep Mountain Alliance
Sheep Mountain Alliance uses advocacy, education, and outreach to protect the environment in Southwest Colorado.
The Telluride Institute collaborates with leading artists, scientists, and educators to make change happen through freethinking research. We are an innovative non-profit organization that fosters the transition to a sustainable world.
Town of Mountain Village Environmental Footprint
In 2020 Mountain Village decided to build off the Town’s past efforts and work towards becoming a carbon-neutral community by 2050.
Telluride Rotary Club
With the Environment a new global Area of Focus for Rotary International (global grants), and a focus locally for Telluride Rotary Club, we are now offering some funding support for regional projects– especially those in support of our regional Climate Action Plans. If you’re interested, contact us to describe your project and request an application.
Town of Telluride Ecology Commission
The Ecology Commission addresses human-wildlife interactions of concern, as identified by Telluride Town Council, along with other ecological resource management within the holdings of the Town of Telluride.
Town of Telluride Environmental Sustainability Planning
Resources developed by the Town of Telluride in response to climate change.
Communities Responding to Extreme Weather
CREW is a network of local leaders- including the Wilkinson Public Library- building grassroots climate resilience through inclusive & hands-on education, service, and planning.
American Library Association Resilient Communities
In 2020, the Wilkinson Public Library was selected as one of 20 public libraries nationwide piloting the ALA’s Resilient Communities program. This initiative helps libraries engage their communities in programs and conversations that address the climate crisis.