Entries by Elizabeth

Rebrand Ushers The Alliance Into a New Era

The Alliance was founded in 2004 to bring people together to solve systemic problems. Nearly twenty years later, our goal remains the same. Our impact, however, has grown dramatically! We now support more than 160 organizations each year through our historic downtown Denver building, and more than 400 individuals and organizations across Colorado have joined […]

Logic Integration: A Leading Provider of Innovative Technology

The following blog was written by Dylan Cassagnol from Logic Integration. Logic Integration is a premier integrator of high-end residential and commercial technology solutions. We are proud to partner with mission-driven organizations such as Logic Integration that are blazing a trail through their industry. Logic Integration is a premier integrator of high-end residential and commercial […]

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Our 2022 Impact Report

We are thrilled to share our 2022 Impact Report with you! 2022 was an incredibly successful year for the Alliance. With your support, we grew the Coalition to over 380 members, influenced 24 new state laws and directed over $526 million in state funding towards regenerative solutions. We hosted regenerative farm tours, the Just Transition Roundtable […]

Welcome to Our Newest Board Members!

The Alliance is pleased to welcome our three newest board members: Naomi Amaha, Jacques-Philippe Piverger and Renise Walker! These three individuals come to us with a wealth of experience in systems change and collective impact. We are so thrilled to have them on our board!  Naomi Amaha is an award-winning public affairs leader with a […]

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Our Collective Impact in 2022

There’s no doubt about it: 2022 was a strange year. Colorado continued to contend with the effects of the pandemic and climate change. The nation achieved historic climate legislation and faced another contentious Election Day. The world grappled with cost of living crises and the outbreak of a war that greatly changed the global energy […]

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The Case for a Just Transition

The Current State of Colorado’s Energy Economy Hi! My name is Jane Allen and I am the Assistant Director of Climate and Energy Resilience for the Regenerative Recovery Coalition, a program of The Alliance Center.  In 2021, the RRC’s Climate and Energy group researched gaps in the state’s climate agenda to determine where our group […]

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Our Equity Journey

A Letter from Our Executive Director Dear Alliance Center Community, At The Alliance Center, we believe that climate justice requires fighting for justice in all aspects of society. Every voice counts as we create a better future for people and our planet. Unfortunately, not every voice has been included in creating solutions. Conversations about climate change, often led […]

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Voting for Systems Level Change

Why Vote? The Alliance Center exists to bring people together to solve systemic problems. This often takes the form of powerful, cross-sector partnerships that drive innovative solutions. Through collaboration, we have influenced 44 state laws, revolutionized policy development, tested groundbreaking sustainable technology and amplified the work of hundreds of individuals and organizations striving to create […]

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Invest in Climate Solutions Through the Healthy Soils Challenge

Healthy Soils and the Climate Crisis Can we combat the climate crisis by paying more attention to… soil?  Yes, we can! Transitioning to regenerative agricultural practices is one of the most effective solutions to the climate crisis, and soil health is a key component of regenerative agriculture. By storing more carbon and retaining more water, […]

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The Inflation Reduction Act and Its Impact on the Climate Crisis

Last month, in a thrilling and unexpected move, the U.S. Congress successfully passed the Inflation Reduction Act. Although this bill addresses inflation, healthcare costs and more, it also happens to be the boldest and most comprehensive climate legislation in our country’s history.  But what, precisely, does this mean? Where does the bill succeed and where […]