Our Coalition

 

Launched in 2008, the Green Cities Coalition is a grass-roots organization aimed at creating partnerships and encouraging collaboration among the people and organizations working for sustainability in the Pikes Peak Region. We are a true coalition with 99 percent of our projects being accomplished by our organization, business, and individual members. The GCC focuses on educating people, organizing partnerships and enhancing communications around all things sustainable.

Green Cities Coalition Vision and Mission

Our vision is for communities and governments to achieve and maintain an economically healthy, environmentally sustainable, and socially inclusive culture. GCC’s mission is to serve as a resource and hub for advocacy, organization, and strategy to sustain healthy communities in El Paso County.

More than 60 organizations, businesses, and individuals have participated with our coalition, developing initiatives in many areas that impact the sustainability of the region. Our 2016 Champions are Blue Planet Earthscapes, Cascade Escapes, Common Cause Catering, Downtown Fine Spirits & Wines, Jan-Pro Cleaning Systems, Old Town Bike Shop, Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission and Seeds Community Café. Please visit the working group links to see what we have been working on or to join a group that shares your interests.

TOGETHER, WE CAN GREEN THE REGION!

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Our Champions

Upcoming Events

Jun
28
Thu
5:30 pm Green Drinks @ Manitou Art Center
Green Drinks @ Manitou Art Center
Jun 28 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Green Drinks @ Manitou Art Center | Manitou Springs | Colorado | United States
Co-planned with the Local Food Coalition, a program of Green Cities Coalition. This Green Drinks will emphasize local food. Every month people who work in the environmental and sustainability fields meet up at informal sessions known[...]

Green Cities Coalition and Working Groups

Local Economy

Local Foods

Recycling

Transportation

Water

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