Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s “Climate Action In Our Community” Media Advisory

April 6, 2022


April 6, 2022 

Amber King, Dri­ve Elec­tric Colorado

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The event coin­cides with Earth Day 2022 celebrations


[VIRTUAL EVENT] – Tune in to the Den­ver Muse­um of Nature and Sci­ence‘s Earth Day 2022 vir­tu­al event, “Cli­mate Action In Our Com­mu­ni­ty.” This will fea­ture a vari­ety of Col­orado experts talk­ing about their sus­tain­abil­i­ty work in diverse sec­tors like food, build­ings, out­door rec, and more. Dri­ve Elec­tric Col­orado will be shar­ing some of our ini­tia­tives around elec­tric vehi­cle adop­tion here in the state and will speak more broad­ly to the role of green trans­porta­tion in cli­mate change mitigation.


 WHAT: Den­ver Muse­um of Nature and Sci­ences Earth Day 2022 vir­tu­al event, “Cli­mate Action In Our Community”

WHERE: Vir­tu­al event – infor­ma­tion to reg­is­ter here

WHEN: Thurs­day, April 21, 7:00 – 8:00 pm

WHO: Open to the public

OPPORTUNITIES: Access infor­ma­tion on sus­tain­abil­i­ty work from a vari­ety of Col­orado experts in diverse sectors



About Dri­ve Elec­tric Colorado

Dri­ve Elec­tric Col­orado exists to pro­vide indi­vid­ual con­sumers with infor­ma­tion about elec­tric vehi­cles in Col­orado to sup­port the State of Colorado’s goal to put 940,000 elec­tric vehi­cles on the road in Col­orado by 2030. The ini­tia­tive is led by Dri­ve Clean Col­orado and is part of Dri­ve Elec­tric USA, a Depart­ment of Ener­gy-fund­ed project with com­mit­ted part­ners from four­teen states. This project engages indi­vid­u­als, util­i­ties, leg­is­la­tors, deal­er­ships and oth­ers towards remov­ing adop­tion bar­ri­ers and accel­er­at­ing plug-in elec­tric vehi­cle use through­out the Unit­ed States. For more infor­ma­tion, vis­it or fol­low us on Face­book, Insta­gram and Twit­ter.

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