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Returning to “normal” following the pandemic is simply not an option. We are in need of a community of solutions to enable Colorado to build back better. Join us on this journey towards establishing a future we collectively envision.

The Regenerative Recovery Coalition is the first outcome of the Colorado Emergence Series– a collaborative effort to craft a sustainable and equitable future for the state. The coalition will implement the ideas and strategies generated by the series mentioned in this final report. Whether you’re an individual, nonprofit, business, academic institution or government official, you’re invited to join the coalition by filling out the short form below.

170

MEMBERS COMMITTED TO THE COALITION

19,171

REPRESENTED IN THE COLORADO WORKFORCE

$2,483,510,947

REPRESENTED IN ANNUAL REVENUE

WHY WE MUST TAKE ACTION

The tragedies stemming from the COVID-19 crisis are the first of a series of generational issues we must confront, from global loss of biodiversity to inequalities of our economic system to the climate crisis. Many are focusing on how we can return to “normal.” Here at The Alliance Center we realize there can be no return to what was once considered normal.

We are partnering with Natural Capitalism Solutions, Greener Solutions, the Polis Administration and thought leaders from across the state to build a plan that ensures a better future for all Coloradans. The coalition will be charged with tackling some of the biggest issues facing Colorado in the following areas: climate change, economy, workforce development, food systems, agriculture, infrastructure, natural resource management, transportation and democracy. We call upon you to be part of the solution.

By joining the coalition, we ask that you commit to three (or more) of the following actions:

  1. Join lobby days (based on your availability) to testify and speak with state legislators to advocate for a regenerative recovery.
  2. Join roundtables with the coalition and members of the state administration to determine the key actions and strategies for the regenerative recovery.
  3. As appropriate, engage in the implementation of the regenerative recovery where they align with your organization’s scope of work. 
  4. Share the work of the coalition with your network and stakeholders. 
  5. Share the solutions and best practices your organization is working on to amplify a regenerative recovery.
  6. Agree to support the final report and recommendations in the Colorado Emergence Series Report.  

Additionally, we ask you agree to the following:

  1. Provide The Alliance Center your logo and permission to be listed publicly in the coalition.
  2. Provide The Alliance Center your average annual revenue (based on past three-year average) and the number of employees you have (past three-year average). *Note* These numbers will never be shared and only used to show the aggregate economic power behind the coalition.

COALITION MEMBERS

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND MUNICIPALITIES

INDIVIDUALS

Angelica Alexander

Rebecca Andruszka

Kristin Ashworth Fanch

Annie Beall

Ted Bellinger

Jenise Bermudez

Nancy Clanton

Coralie Dorville

Bob Doyle

Keely Downs

Bob Doyle

Elizabeth Drachenberg

Magenta Freeman

Chris Funk

Alyssa Harding

Scott Hatfield

Nathan Havey

John Hersey

Lynn Israel

Angelica Jessamyn

Lisa Jarvi

Sarah Jones

Jodi Lundin

Patricia Kelley

Gerard Kelly

Winna MacLaren

Kate Manzer

Joe Matta

Lyric McKnight

Adam Meltzer

Vaughn Miller

Betsy Moszeter

Jill Nelson

Jeff Neuman-Lee

Galina Nicoll

Christian O’Rourke

Hannah Paul

Josie Plaut

Neil Pollard

Thomas Riggle

Theresa Rinne-Meyers

Molly Ross

Maria Rotunda

Pamela Scharf

Steve Schueth

Jason Sharpe

Mariah Shell

Robert Smariga

John Steiner

Sean Sternberg

Steve Stevens

Linda Stopp

Sharon Tinianow

Bob Tipton

Kaylynn Tkachev

Bridger Tomlin

Kristen Turnbull

Robbie Vitrano

Jonathan Wachtel

Elaine Walsh Carney

Julia Weigel

Peter Welles

Julia Weigel

Quintin Yates

Jongeun You

Want to have a resounding impact on Colorado’s future?