Combat Climate Change

Nantes Library Episode Guide

This episode will air on RMPBS on Sunday, November 14 at 10:00 AM (MST) and be available for streaming after that time. Check your local listings for channel or watch here. L’Avenir Episode Guide | Thrive Episode Guide This near Passive House-compliant public building has become the gem of the High Plains Library District by bringing together outstanding daylighting and comfort for occupants while delivering incredibly low utility bills for the taxpayers of the district. This story merged people who…

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New Episodes on the Calendar!

Great news! We just heard that our THREE NEW EPISODES will air on Rocky Mountain PBS on Sundays in November: the 7th, 14th, and 21st! Thrive’s Vitality Collection indoor air safe/net-zero energy/zero emissions homes in Denver (to air/begin streaming on 11/7 at 10am) Nantes Library a near Passive House compliant public library in Gilcrest, CO (Weld County) (to air/begin streaming on 11/14 at 10am) and L’Avenir project net-zero/zero emission/LEED Platinum townhome project in Ft. Collins (to air/begin streaming on 11/21 at 10am). AND – if you…

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Heart of a Building Video to Premiere First in Documentary Series on Rocky Mountain PBS on April 24th

DENVER, March 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Heart of a Building—a video documentary series focusing on the why of environmentally harmonious building projects—is set to debut with an hour-long episode on Rocky Mountain PBS on April 24, 2021, at 3:30 pm (with a replay on April 25 at 10 am). The film’s executive producer and host are noted Colorado building science consultant Paul Kriescher. “RMPBS is excited to partner with a quality sustainability-driven series like Heart of a Building to help bring these personal stories behind the energy-efficient building to our viewers,” notes RMPBS Programming…

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12-SIMPLE STEPS | What You Can Do To Mitigate Climate Change

Each Tuesday – starting on December 1st, we’ll be bringing you a tip to help combat climate change. It doesn’t have to be a ‘big thing’ but there are so many simple, little steps you can take to reduce your negative impact on our environment. Look for a new tip each Tuesday. And, we’d love to hear from you: What are you doing? What tips are working for you? Share your comments here.

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SIMPLE STEP #3 | Could This Meeting Be A Call?

STEP #3 | Ask yourself: Could this meeting be a call? In the age of COVID-19 we’ve all become video call experts. So, before scheduling and driving to your next in-person meeting see if you can video conference or just talk on the phone. This one small step can add up and have a big impact. Yes, there will be times when you do need to meet face-to-face. For those occasions, try to walk, bike, carpool or take advantage of…

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SIMPLE STEP #5 | Keep It Local!

STEP #5 | A few more key words while we’re talking about food and combatting climate change: sustainable, local, and organic. Check out local farmer’s markets when you can, buy local and choose organic when you can. These options not only use less resources to transport and shopping locally is good for your small and family farms! Every little bit helps!

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Paul Kriescher, Executive Producer/Host
303.525.1158 | PaulK@heartofabuilding.com

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