This case study by the Facility Management Journal of the International Facility Management Association focuses on how The Alliance Centers is a pioneer in utilizing buildings as a tool for both environmental and occupant wellbeing.
The COVID pandemic has highlighted the significance of trust and open communication as well as local, national and international cooperation between people and organizations. In this episode we talked with Brenna Simmons-St. Onge from The Alliance Center about the importance of the commune and the power of discussion.
The Alliance Center Denver used power from an electric vehicle to help cool the building during extreme heat.
Colorado CarShare and The Alliance Center are excited to announce a partnership that will improve community mobility while reducing carbon and costs!
The Alliance Center is focusing on wellness for building occupants in the recovery from COVID-19 and beyond.
Congratulations to Director of Building Operations Chris Bowyer!
A partnership between The Alliance Center and Fermata Energy will result in reduced energy costs. Review media highlights below.
Through convenings of Colorado’s brightest minds and a coalition to put solutions into action, The Alliance Center is ready to build Colorado forward.
The coronavirus pandemic shook the Colorado business community to its core this year.
Best for Colorado company highlighted for their Best for Colorado award.
The Alliance Center weighs in on the possibility of Denver limiting parking at some of its most popular parks, even after the COVID-19 pandemic..
Chief Impact Officer Dr. Ashley Lovell and Director of Communications and Marketing Moira Wiedenman spoke with Rossana Longo about the Climate Bridges podcast.
Best for Colorado, a program of The Alliance Center, highlights innovative businesses leading the way in corporate social responsibility.
Two-part Best for Colorado Virtual Award Celebration will highlight resilience and doing business better.
Three Colorado-based nonprofits lead the charge on climate change: The Alliance Center, mobilizing nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, academic institutions and community members to collaboratively create sustainability-focused solutions.
The Colorado Climate Strike Coalition is joining Earth Day Live for Three Days of Action
The Alliance Center is offering a cornucopia of workshops, celebrations, screenings and resources throughout Earth Week.
The Alliance Center, Earth Day Network and a coalition of partners invite you to a week of online celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Bruce Deboskey outlines giving trends for 2020 and highlights The Alliance Center as a nonprofit to consider supporting.
The Best for Colorado program urges the private sector to use business as a force for good through campaign committing businesses to take action related to the environment, their communities and democracy.
The Alliance Center earns its sixth LEED certification, placing it at the forefront of green buildings in Colorado.
Eide Bailly announces the winners of its 2019 Nonprofit Resourcefullness Awards, including The Alliance Center.
Best for Colorado, a program of The Alliance Center, was featured in ColoradoBiz for its leadership in the B Economy movement in Colorado.
The Harris Law Firm, Colorado’s largest family law practice, has taken the challenge and become a Best for Colorado company.
First Affirmative, along with eight other Best for Colorado companies, were honored at our annual Best for Colorado Award Celebration for their commitment to deepening their social and environmental impact.
Our Director of Building Operations Chris Bowyer was featured after taking part in a panel at the Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference. Check it out!
Check out this article spotlighting a Best for Colorado company and their sustainability efforts.
This story covers what Denver’s mayoral candidates had to say about transportation infrastructure at our 2019 Denver Mayoral Forum here at The Alliance Center.
Every day, all across Denver, we’re wrecking the planet – stop by The Alliance Center’s 2019 Mayoral Candidate Forum to learn how the candidates are planning to combat climate change in Denver.
Local restaurant Snooze measures their community impact with the Best for Colorado program at The Alliance Center.
The US military is very aware of rising temperatures and is taking action. The Alliance Center hosted the Climate + National Security event in collaboration with the Truman National Security Project to discuss what is being done to combat climate change.
The Alliance Center to host a mayoral forum with candidates to discuss their stances on environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
Governor Jared Polis signed his first Executive Order at The Alliance Center. The Order directs the Department of Colorado Health and Environment to adopt a Zero Emissions Vehicle Mandate.
Director of Building Operations Chris Bowyer was featured in ChargePoint’s blog, discussing The Alliance Center’s commitment to demonstrating sustainability through our building.
The Alliance Center is listed as a local Denver non-profit working to tackle the challenges of climate change.
Executive Director Brenna Simmons-St. Onge spoke with Your City Now about the growth of the Sustainability Summit since its inception.
Executive Director Brenna Simmons-St. Onge spoke with KGNU about the Best for Colorado program and its official launch party on November 29.
Defining How Companies Can be Among the Best for Colorado.
Coloradoans Invited to Attend Event Bringing Together State’s Top Business Leaders to Celebrate Sustainability.
Find out who the winners were for the 2018 Best for Colorado awards and learn about our vision for the program moving forward!
On October 1st we officially took over the Best for Colorado program – learn how we are helping local businesses earn and maintain B Corp status – so they can be a force for good in Colorado.
Our DC Microgrid Project was featured in this story about the future of direct current technology and its impact on the lighting industry.
Mayor Hancock pledged that Denver would transition to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030, as part of the city’s 80×50 Climate Action Plan. Executive Director Brenna Simmons-St. Onge was a featured speaker at the press conference.
Director of Marketing and Communications Ashley Lovell addresses the unequal impact the climate crisis has on people of color living in more polluted areas and the poor in this op-ed piece featured in Westword.
Governor John Hickenlooper visited The Alliance Center on 6.14 to talk about the updated Colorado Climate Plan. The governor addressed how climate actions across the state have and will continue to create economic opportunities, and how clean energy jobs continue to build our state’s economy. Following the governor’s remarks, a panel of the governor’s staff discussed strategies and actions to address a broad range of sectors including water, energy, transportation, and public health.
Our Programs Director, Brenna Simmons St. Onge speaks about our recent event focused on educating citizens on engaging with elected officials, and overall civics education. “The goal overall is to educate citizens and connect them with the right resources and information to meaningfully participate in our democracy.”
Check out this excellent article in Modern in Denver about The Alliance Center’s architectural design, green building practices, and our focus on providing a collaborative, impactful workspace.
Our friends at Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado gave us a great shout-out in their recent post about actions we can all take to be more earth-friendly.
As part of the University of Denver’s Grand Challenges event, community members met at The Alliance Center to talk about change.
The Alliance Center offers a model for how aging buildings can be transformed into thriving, sustainability-focused, collaborative workspaces.
During his announcement at The Alliance Center on Wednesday, January 23rd, Governor Hickenlooper released broad plans to boost the state’s already booming electric vehicle market.
On the evening of January 17th Mayor Michael B. Hancock and other city officials gathered here, at The Alliance Center, to discuss Denver’s Climate Action Plan with the public. Check out this great article about the discussion and ways you can get involved!
On average, the world generates 3.5 million tons of solid waste per day. That’s 10 times the amount we produced just a century ago. Here are a few of The Alliance Center’s top tips to cut down on waste in 2018.
Corporate sustainability – a strategy that takes into account how a business operates in ethical, social, environmental, cultural, and economic realms – can have a positive ripple effect on the environment, the economy, and our communities. Learn more about how The Alliance Center is walking the walk of corporate social responsibility.
As electric vehicle use spreads, demand for more—and faster—charging stations will grow too. Find out how The Alliance Center is walking the walk of sustainability by installing our new DC Fast Charging Station.
SSPR is launching its Conscious Capitalism program and providing pro bono work for Alliance for Sustainable Colorado.
The Open Media Foundation, KGNU, Colorado Independent, and a dozen broadcasting, print, online and community organizations like Common Cause are founding members of the Colorado Media Alliance. The group was initially convened in 2015 by John Powers and the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado.
Learn how The Alliance Center’s green building practices compare with other collaborative working spaces across the country.