Yearly Archives: 2014
The ARISE Festival is now accepting applications for workshop instructors, performers, visual artists, theme camp hosts along with positions on our street team. If you would like to get involved with the festival, check out our get involved pages to learn more about the application process.
Frack Free CO is a collaborative, grass roots movement that works to raise awareness about the dangers of fracking and enlighten Coloradans on ways that we can accelerate our move to renewable energy and sustainable living today.
Right to Know Colorado GMO has launched a grassroots campaign to achieve mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods or GMOs across the state. Our movement is built on the foundation that we have the basic right to know what is in our food and what we are feeding our families.
With mainstream news coverage and legislation in Congress highlighting the issue of genetically engineered foods nationwide, GMO labeling is on the rise as a hot topic in Colorado communities and households. Right to Know Colorado believes that Colorado consumers should have a choice when it comes to the ingredients and the food they ingest.
This campaign gives Coloradans the opportunity to make informed decisions about their diet, health, and general lifestyle. Food labels list and describe nearly every detailed component of the food product, from the caloric values and processing information, to the fat and protein content and the known allergens. Adding a simple label for GMO ingredients would fulfill Colorado consumers’ right to know, enabling them to make educated food purchases and dietary choices for themselves and their families.
WildEarth Guardians protects and restores the wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and the health of the American West. We have four programs focusing on wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and climate and energy.
Join WildEarth Guardians and learn about wildlife protection, wild places and wild rivers conservation in the American West at ARISE Music Festival in Loveland, Colorado this August 8-10, 2014.
Clean Energy Action is based in Boulder, Colorado and works at the local, state and national level to accelerate the transition to the post-fossil fuel world based on clean energy. CEA aims to achieve its goals through “Citizen Power” by inspiring, training,and empowering citizens to advocate for decreased reliance on fossil fuels and nuclear power, and through increased reliance on clean energy such as energy efficiency and renewable power.
Join Clean Energy Action at ARISE Music Festival 2014 and learn more about energy efficiency and renewable power.
EcoWatch is a leading environmental website reporting on environmental news, green living and sustainable business. We educate and motivate people to protect human health and the environment through our News, Living, Business, University and Insights verticals, and online store of thousands of eco- friendly green products.
Join EcoWatch at ARISE Music Festival 2014 as they share their mission regarding green living, sustainable business and environmental news.
Rock the Earth works closely with the music industry and its fans, many of whom are concerned with the fate of our public lands, air and water. We act as advocates to ensure the existence of a sustainable and healthy environment for all. Rock the Earth is dedicated to bringing about positive and beneficial environmental consequences on behalf of members of the music industry through the means of active litigation and negotiation.
The Sustainable Living Association’s mission is to educate people and communities to make healthy sustainable choices. SLA has become well known for its annual educational event, the Sustainable Living Fair, the largest event of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region. SLA also offers a series of year round workshops that help individuals adopt sustainable practices in their lives, by growing their own food, minimizing their energy consumption, using sustainable development practices and reducing their use of Earth’s natural resources.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is a 14 year old indigenous environmental activist and musician from Boulder, Colorado as well as the Youth Director of Earth Guardians, which is committed to protecting the Earth the Water, the Air and the Atmosphere. With his little brother Itzcuauhtli Martinez they have grown up on the red road and have participated in native ceremonies and Aztec dancing since they were born. Being very connected to the natural world through their ceremonies they both became a voice for protecting the Earth at a very young age, Xiuhtezcatl giving his first speech at a national climate change rally when he was only six years old, and Itzcuauhtli at the Rio+20 United Nations summit in Brazil at the age of eight.
Xiuhtezcatl and Itzcuauhtli took their passion for protecting the Earth into creating message-driven performances. They have performed original hip hop music in different parts of the world at high profile events and conferences, the United Nations, UNICEF, colleges, schools and festivals. Xiuhtezcatl has been featured on SHOWTIME – in “Years of Living Dangerously” about our climate crisis. HBO did a series on their work as young activists standing up to protect their future. HBO also filmed a music video of their new song “Be the Change” – which will be released in December of 2014. They both have been featured on HDnet International TV in a one hour special as well as PBS and many other media streams.
Xiuhtezcatl and Itzcuauhtli have together done two TedX talks and you can find the latest one at this link, where they also perform “Be The Change” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pliy0JBo2cc You can also listen to “Who am I” which will be featured on their new album “Change Generation Rising” which will be released in August.
They have been recognized around the globe and in the media for their commitment to insuring future generations a healthy just sustainable planet! Their performance is one that will inspire you into positive action!
The Colorado Community Rights Network
The Colorado Community Rights Network (COCRN). COCRN is a new grassroots, non-profit organization whose mission is to advance the growing, nationwide Community Rights Movement now building throughout Colorado. We invite you to join in helping to build the historic state ballot initiative known as the 2014 Colorado Right to Local Self-Government amendment.