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Greta gets it

Greta Thunberg gets the importance of decisive action to address climate change, and so does the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that recently released a report, Climate Change and Land. … more

Things to watch in Denver’s environmental scene

Welcome to my second edition of Environment with Ean. For those just joining us, the intent of this column is to highlight policies or planning processes that you can engage with in a timely manner. … more

Follow the monarchs

The annual migration of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) in eastern North America is one of the greatest animal migrations the world over. Up there with the wildebeest and zebras of Africa, sea … more

Denver needs better solutions for housing homeless

It’s 30 degrees outside as I jot down my thoughts early on a Friday morning. It was even colder late last night. And it will be colder yet on Sunday when the temperatures are expected to rise no … more

Budgeting as a Democratic Socialist

A few months ago, I won a historic election to become both the first LGBTQ Latina and the first Democratic Socialist to serve on Denver City Council. One of my top priorities is co-governance with … more

How locals can make an impact on climate change

I am excited to be authoring the first installment in a monthly column on environmental issues. Around the world and in Denver, people are taking to the streets for direct action to demand policy … more

The power of creative expression

As a former high school drama kid, and devoted lover of the arts, I often see the impact of theater firsthand. In college, I worked at Colorado Ballet in a variety of roles. Seeing joy on a child’s … more

Raising wages will bring better quality of life in Denver

Throughout our time in elected office, we’ve worked with each other as well as city partners and the community to address the cost of living challenges faced by Denver residents — especially on … more

Giving your garden a second wind

Grasses come into their peak in autumn and winter, giving the garden a second wind. Changing from a quiet green backdrop for spring and summers flowers, to the main attraction in September and … more
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