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On October 12th , 2016, the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition (KSEC) hosted its first annual Local Food Day of Action.

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Universities across the state celebrated the day with events and activities to raise awareness for the importance of local food and to promote local food on campuses.

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The Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition is sick of feeling ignored.

We have taken upon ourselves the burden of inspiring change for an environmentally just and sustainable future in a place where most of our political leaders couldn’t care less. KSEC is demanding change and fostering a network of youth from around the state to be engaged in Kentucky’s politics.

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859 The Dakota Access Pipeline is covered in the filthy fingerprints of half a dozen corporate oil giants, but the biggest and ugliest are those of Enbridge. Enbridge Energy Inc., a Canadian mega-corporation, recently purchased a 28% share in the pipeline from Energy Transfer Partners, making them the largest single financial contributor to the project’s bottom line.

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Two Power Shifts down, two more to go—here's what we've learned so far


“Thank you for an amazing weekend!” “This is fantastic!” These are the phrases that have given me bursts of energy in this marathon called Power Shift 2016.

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Two Power Shifts down, two more to go—here's what we've learned so far


“Thank you for an amazing weekend!” “This is fantastic!” These are the phrases that have given me bursts of energy in this marathon called Power Shift 2016.

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Hi. My daughter is a junior in high school in a lower income area of Tampa. She wants to talk to the school about the program and thought it would be great to have someone who's give in previous years to talk briefly about their experience. If you can help, please let me know. Thank you! Cheers, Debbie [ Read More... ]

When I stepped into my role as Executive Director of Energy Action Coalition (EAC) on June 8, 2015, I began with a "listening tour" of our partners, close allies, supporters, board members, and former staff members. I asked some tough questions.

My favorite: “EAC has been around for over ten years now. Should it continue to exist? Why?”

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Ahead of DNC, hundreds of young people will take over the trains and streets to call on decision-makers to swiftly transition our country to a renewable energy economy

Lydia Avila, 626-506-9651, lydia@energyactioncoalition.org
Devyn Powell, 503-333-0169,  devyn@energyactioncoalition.org

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The power industry is going towards the Green Energy. The energy economy is also moving towards the clean energy. Together we are dreaming for a greener world. This can only be possible if we can make the energy production in a way where the pollution is less or there is almost no pollution.

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I remember elders sharing their exact location when they were told that Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot. I remember sitting in a class, a few miles from the Pentagon, awaiting emergency instructions following September 11, 2001. These events seem like they occurred so long ago.

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