The goal of the Colorado Climate Summit is “about moving past the conversation about global climate change into solving the problem across the state.” Robert Castellino founder of Climate Colorado about the Colorado Climate Summit says the Summit aims to engage participants into finding solutions to real problems facing Coloradans as a result of climate change. Everyone attending the summit will assemble to write a blueprint for making the switch to clean, safe, renewable energy by 2020 and reducing our water footprint by 50% by 2025.
The Summit will be using rapid prototyping to come up with solutions to the climate crisis. Rapid prototyping specialist Cory Katuna explained the concept and how it relates to climate change solutions.
The summit is happening November 15th and 16th at the Wolf Law Building on the University of Colorado, Boulder campus.