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Green Year Resolutions

Have you made any resolutions for 2024? Here are some things we can all do to give Kentucky a greener, cleaner future:

  • Talk: You’ve probably heard that one of the most important ways to fight climate change is to talk about it. Especially when those conversations are personal and authentic. Focus on how protecting the environment means protecting something (or someone) you care about.
  • Advocate: Talking with friends and family is a great start, but don’t stop there. Let the elected officials who represent you and the companies you do business with know that sustainability matters to you.
  • Reflect: Take some time to appreciate the beauty of the winter landscape. Let it inspire you for the year to come.  

Asking a Different Question


As people of faith working to meet the challenge of climate change, we know what we want from our communities. We want them to sign up and show up. But have we asked ourselves what we want for them? KIPL board member Rev. Jerry Cappel explores that in this new blog post "An Invitation to Renewal."


2024 KCC Legislative Summit 

Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light invites you to join the KCC Legislative Summit on January 21st, featuring a keynote address by Kent Chandler, Chairman of the Public Service Commission. This virtual or in-person event at the Kentucky State University campus in Frankfort will explore key environmental issues during the 2024 legislative session, providing resources for effective citizen advocacy. Don't miss panels discussing topics such as PFAS chemicals, land conservation, electric vehicle infrastructure, and a legislative overview. Members can also participate in KCC's Annual Meeting, including voting for candidates for the Board of Directors. Register now for this informative event

Community Partner Highlight!

Welcome to the community, First Unitarian Church! We invite you to join Kentucky IPL as a community partner, connecting with a diverse network of individuals and organizations committed to environmental stewardship. To become a partner, simply agree to our Covenant and make a Financial Commitment, details of which can be found here.



Introduction to Meditation: Free Workshop

Explore the rising interest in mindfulness meditation among CEOs, attorneys, healthcare professionals, counselors, educators, and the military in a free 60-minute class hosted by Passionist Earth and Spirit. Led by Karen Newton, the class invites you to discover the ancient spiritual practice's popularity across diverse fields. Join Passionist Earth and Spirit on January 3, January 11, or February 8 at 10a or 7p. More information and registration are available here.

Bits & Pieces

  • Join us in our mission at Kentucky IPL as we harness the power of faith to address climate change and the social injustices it brings, making a meaningful impact through education, advocacy, and action. Your support makes a world of difference. Support Today!

Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light
PO Box 5084  | Louisville, Kentucky 40255
‪(502) 276-6302 | info@kentuckyipl.org

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