Louisville business hopes a ‘carbon neutral’ soccer tournament will further the climate conversation Tuesday, Aug 16 2022 

Sport Impact Group announced Tuesday that this year's Women's Cup in Louisville will carbon-neutral, but what does that mean?

        

Crews work to clean unknown chemical from Indiana creek Sunday, Aug 14 2022 

Officials said the mysterious blue chemical might be concentrated windshield washer fluid, but further testing is being conducted.

        

‘Take little steps on our system’: Utility company suggests small steps inside homes that help electric grid Wednesday, Jul 20 2022 

Utility companies say high temperatures lead to increased energy use, which strains the overall power grid.

        

‘Create a healthier city’: Louisville Parks joins Natural Areas Conservancy network Monday, Jul 11 2022 

The Natural Areas Conservancy's goal is to help solve climate change and biodiversity loss around the planet.

        

Louisville school receives sustainability grant for electric lawn equipment Wednesday, Jul 6 2022 

The new electric equipment will be used to maintain the West End School's outdoor areas.

        

Savor the Season | Bernheim brings vibes to summer vacation Tuesday, Jun 28 2022 

Savor the Season: Positive Vibes for Summer is supposed to help people see their backyards in a new light.

        

‘There’s more of them’: Climate change means more mice, demand for pest control Tuesday, Jun 28 2022 

“They're sneaking around the basement, the garage, my backyard,” Rita Davisson said. “The one trap I have just hasn't been enough lately.”

        

‘It opens nature to all’: Sensory Garden opens at Bernheim Forest Tuesday, Jun 21 2022 

The garden is a revitalization of an existing space of stone beds near the Education Center and the Silos.

        

‘Build a better Kentucky’: 3 Jefferson County parks receive funding to improve accessibility, relax areas Tuesday, Jun 21 2022 

The three parks are Jefferson Memorial Forest in Fairdale, Little Hunting Creek Park in Prospect and Wetherby Park in Middletown.

        

3 Kentucky communities get funding to assess potential brownfields Thursday, May 19 2022 

Brownfields are industrial and commercial properties that may contain hazardous substances.

        

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