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What doesn't kill you, mutates and tries again.  PLEASE get vaccinated.

B4UBuy: Going Solar

Interested in tapping the sun for clean solar power at your home or business, and receiving a 30% tax credit?  Avoid the unscrupulous, door-to-door salespeople using high-pressure tactics to get homeowners to sign contracts regardless of whether their property is a good solar candidate or not.  LCAN offers unbiased, reliable advice.

Attend an LCAN B4UBuy workshop to visit an easy-to-see system, then come indoors for tips and consumer advice, as well as get answers to your questions. 

1pm, Saturday, April 1st

Seating is limited, so registration is required, here


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Woman Installing PV Panels,

From Smoke-Filled Skies to Smoke-Filled Rooms: Louisville's Political Battles Over the "Smoke Evil"

Louisville has struggled with air pollution since the late-19th Century.  The story of how we addressed those problems before the adoption of the federal Clean Air Act shows us how we can address greenhouse-gas pollution, too. 

Join LCAN at the Highland-Shelby Park Library at 1:00PM Saturday, April 15th for a free presentation by LCAN Executive Director Sarah Lynn Cunningham, including amazing historical photos and anecdotes, and reasons for hope for our climate.

Jackie Swigart at LWV Air Pollution Prot

Our Book Club's next selection, to be discussed virtually at 7pm on Thursday,

May 4th:

Learn more

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This workshop had to be cancelled, ironically because heavy storms took out the power at the library. It has been rescheduled for (Rachel Carson's birthday) May 27th at 1:30PM at the Highlands-Shelby Park Library.

Request a Speaker 

We offer free presentations on climate change and its many solutions to students and community groups.  Each one is tailored to the audience.

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