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Coal ash call-in day script Nov 2014

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Sample phone script for the National Call-In Day to the White House asking for the strongest possible coal ash disposal standards.

KFTC Overview of EPA Climate Proposal - July 2014

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

KFTC developed this overview of the EPA's proposed carbon emissions standards for existing power plants, released in June 2014. It is intended to help KFTC members understand and talk about the issues surrounding climate change and this EPA proposal.

Odor Complaint Packet for Rubbertown residents

Jefferson County

The Odor Response Team Project (ORT) was put together in an effort to document odors and to use the documentation to reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals associated with Rubbertown chemical facilities.

For many years, REACT (Rubbertown Emergency ACTion) has received numerous calls from people living and working in the Villages of Park DuValle among other neighborhoods. From complaints of odors to beliefs that illness was directly related to Rubbertown, people have called wanting answers. When Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) offered to help support the work of REACT, it seemed the perfect time to implement the idea of Odor Response Teams.

Power Up! Webinar: I Love Mountains Day 2014

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Presentation on I Love Mountains Day 2014: "Vote for Kentucky's Bright Future!"

Community Science and Public Health Handout

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This handout contains general information about the Community Science and Public Health project and can be used when talking to your neighbors about testing water.

County Profiles

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This is a collection of maps of the impacts of strip mining on various Eastern Kentucky counties.

Healthier Kentuckians Through Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency

Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance

Describes, by documenting scientific studies, how transitioning to sustainable, clean energy solutions will benefit our health and well-being.

Webinar about health impacts of mountaintop mining

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This slideshow was developed to help inform KFTC members and other audiences about recent studies linking poor health with proximity to large scale strip-mining.

KFTC Fact Sheet on the Health Impacts of Mountaintop Mining

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

This fact sheet can be downloaded and used in your local organizing and outreach efforts.

What Is A Pre-Blast Survey

Before a coal company can begin blasting, it must do a pre-blast survey of all homes within a half-mile. This document explains what a pre-blast survey is, and what to do to improve the effectiveness of the survey.