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RENEWABLES NOW LOVELAND

We are Loveland’s home for a grass roots effort to transform Loveland into a green, sustainable future that supports a healthy robust environment for generations to come.

Please visit us on Facebook (Renewables Now Loveland), and our Blog page (see link above) or email us at RenewablesNow Loveland@gmail.com

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About

Mission:  To protect the health and economic welfare of communities by replacing fossil fuels with safe, clean, renewable and sustainable energy sources and conservation practices.

RENEWABLES NOW LOVELAND is a grassroots, non-partisan organization whose goals are to:

  • Educate and inform citizens about renewable and sustainable energy sources and conservation programs – both currently available and in development.
  • Work with municipalities and organizations to advocate for new infrastructures and clean, renewable energy sources in our cities, our counties and our state within the next ten years – including new transportation systems and vehicles (eliminating all fossil fuel use).
  • Cooperate with like-minded organizations to increase and strengthen our effectiveness and meet the objectives spelled out in our mission statement.

RENEWABLES NOW LOVELAND 

Our strength lies in our volunteers and their dedication to fulfilling our Mission.  As our organization grows, so does our effectiveness.  RNL volunteers are dedicated to working together to meet our ultimate goal – the replacement of fossil fuel with safe, clean, renewable energy and practicing fact-based conservation in our homes, our communities and our state.   We are committed to leaving a legacy of clean water, clean air and healthy soil for future generations:  A healthy environment where all living things may grow and thrive.

Sign the Pledge

If you would like to make a commitment for  100% Renewable Energy in Loveland, Colorado……

Contact a Renewables Now Member to pledge to support for renewables in Loveland.

Send an email request to renewablesnowloveland@gmail.com

 

 

Meetings

Renewables Now Loveland meets on the first Thursday of every month at 6:30pm

Meetings: First United Methodist Church, 533 N Grant Ave. Loveland, CO  80537  

Go to West side entrance

February 7 meeting – change of venue for this time – see below

Hi, everyone:

We are merging our normal February meeting with a special event with an event being sponsored by St. John the Evangelist church.  This event is hosting Dr. Scott Denning, a renowned climate professor and climate scientist at CSU.

This event is exactly the same date and time as our normal meeting, so we wanted to be sure you have an opportunity to attend.  Doors open at 6:30pm and The event is free, and starts at 7:00PM.  The location is different:  Knights of Columbus Hall 1730 West 12th Street, Loveland, Colorado, 80537.

See the info notice below for the specific details.

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St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church will host a presentation on Climate Change as part of its monthly series: Inspiring People.

The presentation will take place at 7:00 pm Thursday February 7, 2019 at the Knights of Columbus Hall 1730 West 12th Street, Loveland, Colorado, 80537.

The Hall is located on the west end of St. John’s Campus.

The program “Climate Change: Simple, Serious, Solvable” will bepresented by Scott Denning, Ph. D., Monfort Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University.

Professor Denning will examine the dynamics of climate change and its social and economic ramifications as well as steps we can take to ease this crisis.

Dr. Denning enjoys engaging with his audience and warmly welcomes those skeptical about climate change.

Doors open at 6:30pm.  Free.

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The  March RNL meeting is March 7, 2019, at First United Methodist Church, 533 N Grant Ave. Loveland, CO  80537 as usual .