Thursday, August 28, 2008
It seems like we hear a lot about our environment lately, especially about our carbon footprint. Not surprising since Louisville and Lexington rank as two of the worst cities by carbon footprint in the nation. There are calculators galore online where an individual can measure their footprint, and businesses springing up to help other businesses measure . . . .but what is a carbon footprint? How do we contribute to it? And how is it measured, and interpreted? And is it a big deal that Louisville and Lexington are among the nation’s worst? We’ll try to answer all these questions and more on Thursday. And give us a call with your questions and comments about carbon footprints.
- Louisville Climate Action Network
- What is a Carbon Footprint?
- Louisville, Lexington carbon footprints among nation’s worst
- How To Track Your Carbon Footprint
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