Aug 9, 2021
The Demographics council of the Peak Progress Quality of Life Indicators Report share the contributions they’re making to the next version of the report. They’re providing tools to make it easier to understand who lives in our region and how that is changing over time. Data can be overwhelming but it can tell us a lot about the place that we live.
The 2030 Sustainability plan was heavily informed by the past QLI reports. The next several Sustainability in Progress meetings will feature reports on different sections of the QLI report.
Peak Progress: Quality of Life Indicators (includes
the video played in this session)
UCCS Geocivics website on redistricting
Representable – free, open-source tool for creating
maps of communities of interest
League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region (good
source of redistricting info)
The 15 Most Transient American
This episode was recorded at the Sustainability in Progress (SIP) virtual event on July 21, 2021. Sustainability in Progress is a monthly program of the Peak Alliance for a Sustainable Future. Join us (free) the third Wednesday of every month.
August's SIP will be held on Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at 8 am.
The mission of Peak Alliance for a Sustainable Future is to promote regional sustainability and advance the Pikes Peak region's sustainability plan (PPR2030) through regional collaboration and outreach. Connect with us at http://peakalliance.org/
The following environment/sustainability organizations in the Pikes Peak region collaborate to produce the Peak Environment podcast about environmental stewardship, sustainable living and enlightened public policy in the Pikes Peak Region.
Colorado Springs Office of Innovation & Sustainability
Peak Alliance for a Sustainable Future
Pikes Peak Environmental Forum
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