• Preliminary Comments on Net-Metering in Kentucky

    The Kentucky Resources Council's Center for Environmental Policy team filed
    their prelminary comments on net metering in Kentucky on October 15, 2019.
    Read the comments now in full.

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  • Defense in Bullitt County

    KRC is working hard to represent Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
    as they work to protect their lands against a pipeline. Read more about the
    issue and who you can contact to encourage alternate routes.

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  • Electronic Waste

    Did you know that the amount of e-waste generated every year
    equals 4,500 Eiffel Towers? Yes. 4,500. 

    Electronic Waste: Making the Case for E-Waste Recycling Programs
    is the second piece published from the Center for Environmental Policy. 

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