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Air Quality

Scott County residents score victory against landfill!

Scott County residents attend hearing to oppose the proposed landfill expansion

This piece is written by member Beth Emery of Scott County. She and other members of the community led a fight against the Central Kentucky Landfill after it was proven there was illegal dumping in the landfill by the company that owns the landfill.

A road map to a Just Transition

A new report from a diverse set of frontline organizations outlines a set of comprehensive solutions needed to respond to the cascading and interlocking crises our communities face, including the climate crisis, COVID-19, and structural racism and inequality. 

The report, A People’s Orientation to a Regenerative Economy, offers community groups, policy advocates, and policymakers a pathway to solutions that work for frontline communities and workers. These ideas have been collectively strategized by community organizations, including KFTC, and leaders from across multiple frontline and grassroots networks and alliances to ensure that regenerative economic solutions and ecological justice.

Tackling the A-Z Impacts of Plastics

Members of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth have built connections with allies across the Ohio River valley over the past few years around the fight to protect ORSANCO's regulatory mission.

NKY Environmental Justice Meeting

Join us to help work on our ongoing environmental justice work! From RECLAIM, to energy to democracy, Empower Kentucky, and more!

NKY Environmental Justice Meeting

Join our environmental justice committee to discuss ongoing work around the Ohio River, energy democracy, RECLAIM Act, Empower Kentucky, the Green New Deal, and ensuring that we all have access to clean water and clean air. 

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