Louisville Climate Action Network
POB 4594, Louisville, KY  40204
(502) 451-COOL (9AM-6PM)
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17 June 14.  

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updated on
17 June 14.
Keep Louisville Cool!
Here's a great way to cut your
carbon footprint and support the
development of renewable power:
Buy certified Renewable Energy
Credits (RECs), available to LG&E
and KU electric customers
$5/month.  Sign up here.
Request a Speaker
for your business, house of worship,
school or community group.
Louisville CAN is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) non-profit
educational organization!  Your
donation is tax-deductible.
The Partnership for a Green City -- Metro Gov't, UofL and the Jefferson
Co. Public Schools -- released its
Climate Action Report.  It was written by
members of their staffs and others, including Louisville CAN.

The report contains Louisville's most comprehensive inventory of its
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.  With most industrial combustion of coal and
natural gas omitted for a lack of publicly available data,
Louisville emitted
27 tons of GHGs per person in 2006

Implementing the report's 174 recommendations (pp 95-109) would cut
GHGs emissions, save money, create green jobs, improve community
livability and help to repair our economy.  However, commitments to
implementing its recommendations has been weak and vague.  

Ask Mayor Fischer, UofL President Ramsey and Superintendent Donna
Hargens what they commit to do, when.  
How Will Louisville Respond to Climate Change?
Louisville Climate Action Network

The USEPA recently proposed new Clean
Air Act regulations t
hat would require
states to reduce their greenhouse-gas
emissions by whatever methods they think
best.  Consistent with previous US Supreme Court
rulings, experts beli
eve the rules will withstand the
inevitable legal challenges.  Read more
here.  Submit
support via one of the options here.