Category Archives: Sustainability

Bringing the TNT to fight MS

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The second annual Aspen TNT (Town -N- Trail) 10K Race is scheduled for Saturday, October 4, 2014.  The race showcases a unique route on a variety of trails, bike paths and sidewalks around the town of Aspen, Colorado and benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Colorado-Wyoming Chapter.  The TNT race will begin and end […]

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EPA’s Clean Power Plan is Critical to Protecting Our Winters

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On July 29th, 2014 Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) testified in support of EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Between the 29th and August 1st hundreds of Americans, including Protect Our Winter’s Riders Alliance member Eric Larsen, will tell EPA why the Clean Power Plan is critical to their futures, livelihoods and lifestyles. Read our testimony, then join thousands […]

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In Aspen Snowmass: Not Driving Yourself to Work May Pay You

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Aspen Skiing Company employees that choose not to drive alone to work enjoy at least one or more of the following: a lower carbon footprint, free wifi on RFTA, carpooling companionship, a chance to exercise (if biking or walking),  and the opportunity to enter the ASC Commuter Raffle to win $$$.

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Environment Foundation Grants $114K for the Roaring Fork Valley

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The Environment Foundation released four grants totaling $55,000 to Wilderness Workshop, Thompson Divide Coalition, Western Environmental Law Center and High Country News. These grants represent a continued commitment of the foundation to support responsible oil/gas development. Wilderness Workshop will

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Why We Signed the #climatedeclaration

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One year ago Aspen Skiing Company signed BICEP’s Climate Declaration asserting that there was real economic opportunity for American business when policies reducing the impacts of climate change were instituted. We join major businesses like Burton, Starbuck’s, IKEA, Jones

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Time to Step Up for the Divide…Again!

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If you live in the Roaring Fork Valley I am sure you’ve heard of the Thompson Divide.  This 220,000 acre region is the center of a pitched battle where natural gas leaseholders face off against a broad based coalition of hunters, anglers, bikers, hikers, backcountry skiers, ranchers and many other Roaring Fork Valley residents, no […]

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English in Action

English in Action Students enjoy a day at Aspen Mountain with their mentors. 03/02/14

English in Action helps immigrant adults living in the Roaring Fork Valley gain the English language and leadership skills they need to participate fully – as parents, as workers, as members of the community. On March 2, seventeen clients and mentors went snowshoeing atop Aspen Mountain and the enjoyed lunch at the Sundeck.

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