For years, people in eastern and western Kentucky where coal is mined – and all of us downstream – have been waiting for the new “Stream Protection Rule” from the Obama administration.
Now we have it, and it’s the subject of a public hearing on Thursday, September 3 in Lexington. It would send a loud and clear message that we want a Stream Protection Rule that actually protects our streams if we all showed up.
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Opening the door to clean energy opportunities in Kentucky depends on passing good energy legislation in our General Assembly.
Along with our partners in the Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance (KySEA), we support the Clean Energy Opportunity Act, expanding Kentucky's net metering law, and expanding energy efficiency and renewable energy in our schools, called the Kentucky Green Schools Initiative.
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