The Kentucky IPL Blog addresses the issues of climate and stewardship that are relevant to our state and nation as well as our world. We have collected a series of both essays that illustrate the challenges we face and well as the stories of Kentucky people who are currently affected by our fossil fuel use.
To care for the planet we must address the opportunities for change in our energy and food systems as well as the current barriers to those changes. The KIPL Blog covers a large spectrum of the ways in which climate change is affecting us.
This blog is also featured on the Courier Journal website.
Here is a list of some of our more recent KIPL Blogs:
- Cultivating a Compost Culture in Your Congregation March 30, 2017
- Cathedral of the Assumption wins Cool Congregation runner-up March 27, 2017
- Kentucky Congregation Makes National News for Sustainable Food Programs November 21, 2016
- New Ridesharing Program Comes to Kentucky October 24, 2016
- Local Congregations Receive National Green Recognition – By Aaron Tornes May 19, 2016
- Raising objections to LG&E rate increase request – By Sarah Lynn-Cunningham and Tim Darst May 12, 2015
- Innovation in Recycling Program – By Tim Darst March 27, 2015
- A 14 story, toxic wake-up for the need for renewable energy – By Aaron Tornes November 20, 2014
- Look to the sun for your electricity – By Tim Darst October 7, 2014
- The Sisters of Loretto Community Commits to Solar Energy – By Nancy Givens September 15, 2014