Why did you join KySEA?
Kentuckians For The Commonwealth Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

"KFTC members are excited to be part of this alliance because we understand that Kentucky must begin to transition towards a clean energy future. For years we’ve worked to address the problems that stem from Kentucky’s dependence on coal, including harm to our air, water, land and people. Being a part of KySEA is a way to work on the solutions to Kentucky’s environmental, economic, and energy challenges. Together we can build new power in Kentucky!"

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Take action today to support clean, sustainable and affordable energy solutions.

 

Call, write and visit your elected representatives.

In the Kentucky General Assembly...


Leave a phone message:               1-(800)-372-7181
Send a faxed message:                 (502)-564-2144
Send an email:                             www.lrc.ky.gov/Legislators.htm
Schedule an appointment:            (502)-564-8100
 
To find out the names of your State Representative and Senator, you can call 800-372-7181 or visit https://cdcbp.ky.gov/VICWeb/index.jsp.


In the United States Congress...
Click here to find the name and contact information for your US Representative and Senator.

Write a letter to local and state newspapers.


Tips for writing letters to the editor.

Find any newspaper in Kentucky.

 

Support KySEA member groups by joining them!

KySEA is strong because people like you join and support our member groups. Click here to find contact information for any member group in this alliance. 
 

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A native of eastern Kentucky and a former underground coal miner, Nathan Hall sees a need for developing alternative energy resources in the mountains. For several years now, he has been working steadily to implement innovative renewable energy and sustainable agriculture projects in the Eastern Kentucky coalfields. Hall is currently at work constructing a self-contained mobile biodiesel processor powered entirely by renewable energy.

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