Renewable Energy, Sustainable Products, and Gifts
All Things Renewable is a one stop sustainability resource, helping people make small (and large) positive changes without sacrificing personal comfort or quality.Visit our Denver store for a wide range of products and services, ranging from solar and wind installations to energy efficiency tools to sustainable fashion accessories.All Things RenewableNorthfield at Stapleton8246 Northfield Blvd #1425Denver CO 80238In this politically divisive time it is more difficult than ever to follow the issues. Whether you are looking to become more energy independent, reduce your impact on the environment, or better manage your own energy costs, we at All Things Renewable are here to provide you with the information and the products to make that a reality.We believe that:* Sustainability is crucial to ours, and future, generations.* It is the responsibility of current generations to improve the prospects of future generations.* Energy independence is critical to our national, and world, interests* Small changes have big impacts* Every person is able to make positive changes* Education is the key to adoption
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An entrepreneur and educator, Allah (born Kwame Garrett) is the founder and chief executive of Remix Marketing ; Communications, LLC, a communications firm specializing in the areas of youth and cultural program development, urban marketing and event planning. In addition to his entrepreneurial ventures, Allah has more than 20 years experience in civic involvement, community service and youth development that spans from Seattle to New York.
In 2008 Allah was awarded the Martin Luther King County Executive Pioneer Award for Excellence in HipHop for outstanding service to the community. A strong advocate of community involvement and civic service, at age 21 he was runnerup for state representative in his home state of Washington. He has also served in membership, advisory and consultant capacities with a number of organizations and businesses. He is also founding director of the African American Heritage Museum and Cultural Center in Seattle, WA.
For ten years Allah worked as the president/CEO of Umoja Fest African American Heritage Festival ; Parade, the Pacific Northwest's longest running AfricanAmerican community festival. In 2002 he founded the Seattle HipHop Summit Youth Council, the northwest affiliate of Russell Simmons' New York based HipHop Summit Action Network, which works to educate and empower youth academically, culturally and economically through HipHop. He is also cfounder of the United for Youth Coalition and the UmojaFest P.E.A.C.E. Center in Seattle, WA.
Erika Allen is the Chicago and National Projects Director for Growing Power. As the daughter of Will Allen, she has a small farm agricultural background with specialties in project planning, community food systems design, and direct marketing training, and has worked in every aspect of urban agriculture from the transplanting seedlings to managing farmer’s markets. Her ability to integrate creative arts and therapeutic techniques with food security and community development have enabled her to establish numerous food system projects where she supports limited resource producers in strengthenomg their farm businesses models to build sustainable partnerships that create healthy food options in inner-city and rural communities.
Ms. Allen holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, an MA in art therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago, is a Post Carbon Institute Fellow, and currently sits on the Illinois Food, Farms and Jobs Act Council. She is the proud mother of Emiliano “ayo” her toddler.
Allen is founder and director of Sustainable World Coaltion, a project of Earth Island Institute, and the publisher of the 2010 Sustainable World SourceBook. Allen is a business and marketing consultant, and has been an activist in the arenas of the environment, peace and human rights for about 25 years. Allen cocreated and managed The New Paradigm Business Network in Marin County. Allen was a delegate at the UN World Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2002 where the Sustainable World Symposium and SourceBook were conceived.
Jordan Ross Allen is a Holistic Intuitive Bodyworker and has been practicing Tai Chi for nearly 15 years. He is also an integral part of the instructional staff at the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing in Culver City where he has been teaching massage, holistic philosophy and Tai Chi for the last 12 years and has been teaching Tai Chi on the beach at Creative Chakra since 2006.
Gingi Allen is a mother, Doula, Apprentice Midwife, Pregnancy Movement and Labor Dance Teacher, Womb Wellness Educator and founder of The Art of Mothering. Gingi has full trust in women’s ability to birth their babies, as they use intuition to guide them. She envisions a world where birth and family wellness is the highest priority for every mother, father, community member, politician, and society at large - when women are healed,the world reflects this healing. The role as a Goodbirth Keeper is to educate mothers about procedures, their choices, and support them in having the birth they desire no matter their external environment.
Zuri Allen is a social media expert and has for campaigns such as GMO Inside, Prop 37, Food Democracy Now, Organic Consumers Association and I-522.
A self-proclaimed foodie and nature lover, Zuri runs her comb with a holistic lifestyle approach. She enjoys and supports local organic whole foods at farmer’s markets and regular trips to Eastern medicine practitioners. Zuri comes from three generations of farmers.
Fostering collaboration to advance sustainability.
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2004, facilitates relationships and common goals and agendas among individuals, non-profits, businesses, government and academia to promote development of policies and implementation of practices of sustainability. The Alliance is providing the nucleus for a statewide sustainability network in Colorado and a replicable model for sustainability networks in other states.The Alliance Center is an historic building in Denver's historic Lower Downtown owned by Alliance for Sustainable Colorado. It is home to 27 nonprofit tenant organizations on site and 5 virtual tenants whose missions address sustainability.
The Alliance for the Great Lakes is a non-profit (501 c3) organization whose mission is to: "conserve and restore the world's largest freshwater resource using policy, education and local efforts, ensuring a healthy Great Lakes and clean water for generations of people and wildlife."
Allison Martin is the managing editor at The Herb Companion magazine.
Sustainably built and consciously operated Chicago day spa
Allyu (ah-yu), the Quechua word for community, represents our commitment to the ever-evolving needs of our clients and the earth that sustains us. Chemical free, conscious products and professional services will support your journey toward health and radiance.
Booka Alon is an active voice in the local Bay Area Food Justice and Urban Agriculture movement. Community organizer, event producer, kitchen gardener and permaculture designer, Booka is most proud of her role as the Vermi-Love Lady, adopted because of her passion for worms and their tenacious tunneling temperament. Booka graduated with a Political Science degree from Kenyon College and teaches throughout the Bay Area at urban farms, schools and medical centers on simple strategies for growing food locally. She is affiliated with Kitchen Garden SF, The San Francisco Urban Agriculture Alliance and serves as the outreach coordinator for Hayes Valley Farm. Booka has been leading workshops since 2009 in vermiculture as well as other small-scale solutions to repair our food system. In 2011 she founded Roots to Fruits, a tree-advocacy organization spearheading progressive initiatives for fruit tree-planting programs at local Bay Area schools and community gardens.