Update: Thank you, Boulder!

#BoulderEarthWeek 2016 came and went with a bang. With almost 40 events, it's clear that this community is ripe with opportunities to engage. We'd like to thank everyone who participated, together we can co-create a more just and sustainable Boulder. Onward! 


a few highlights from the week:

  • CU EarthFest had up to 700 attendees throughout the day on Friday!

  • The community mural made front page of the Daily Camera with the headline, "Celebrating Mother Nature" (amen!)

  • The live-stream of the sold-out #TogetherWeWill event at eTown has been watched more than 300 times (Missed it? Watch here.)

  • Boulder.earth* had more than 2,600 views over the course of the week!

  • David Adamson gave so many rides in his ELF during the Fossil Free Your Life block party event that we had to recharge it!

  • The BoCo Youth Climate Challenge awarded $500 to "Clean Venture," an all-girls team from Monarch High School.

  • (What did you experience? Let us know!!)

Check out photos from the week here.


#BoulderEarthWeek is an opportunity to come together as a community to co-create the future we want to see in Boulder.

As home to more climate scientists, activists, start-ups and wealth managers per capita than any place on Earth, Boulder is in a unique position to prototype a thriving, sustainable and just community. While the planet is hotter, our opportunity to respond has never been better. This is your invitation to get connected. Join us in declaring April 18th-24th as Earth Week and 2016 as the year when we turned up the level of collaboration to ensure a better future for all.  


- Super-groovy community calendar

- Kickoff happy hour for climate collaborators

- Community celebration of people and planet

- #TogetherWeWill #BoulderEarthWeek social media campaign

...and much, much more!

Connect in with our Community Calendar!

Here are just a few highlighted events. Attend one or all of the following events highlighting our collective work. RSVP is required for the eTown events. Want to see your event listed? Submit it on this page.

Tuesday, April 5th, 6:00 p.m. @ City Council Chambers

Boulder City Council will declare #BoulderEarthWeek at the City Council Meeting. Please come donning the colors of the EARTH, blue and green, and celebrate this official acknowledgement!


Monday, April 18th, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ eTown

#BoulderEarthWeek Collaboration Kick-off: a fun, happy hour-style gathering of climate leaders from all sectors. Music and food. Event space is limited.

Co-host: WILD Foundation, eTown, C3 Boulder


Wednesday, April 20th, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (doors at 6:00 p.m.) @ eTown

#TogetherWeWill: A Community Celebration of People and Planet. An evening to honor community leaders who are embracing the spirit of collaboration and sustainability. Join us for the BoCo Youth Climate Challenge and a visit from the executive director of the Sierra Club, Michael Brune. Music and Food.

Co-hosts: eTown, C3 Boulder, The City of Boulder, The Sierra Club, The Learn More About Climate initiative at CU-Boulder's Office for University Outreach, + others

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