Do you care about the environment, public health, faith, and social justice?
This September, join students from universities and seminaries across Indiana for a weekend filled with fun, connection, and to participate in the movement to move Indiana to 100% renewable energy! We will be leaving from Indianapolis on Friday, September 15, 2017, at noon and travel towards Evansville, Indiana and back. We will experience the good, the bad, and the ugly of Indiana's energy economy on this trip.
Not a student? Can you help spread the word or financially support the trip? If the trip goes well, this won't be the last eco-justice field trip.
Click here for more information, to donate, and/or to sign up.
Join us as we engage with community leaders, visit Indiana’s super polluters, see solar neighborhoods, eat local food at Bloomington’s farmers market, learn about where your campus’s energy comes from, and talk to community members who are impacted by Indiana’s coal pollution. You can see the itinerary here.
Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light, a statewide environmental and faith-based organization working to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency, as a response to climate change, will be facilitating Indiana’s first eco-justice field trip.
Questions? Please contact Mike Oles: mikeoles@hoosierIPL.org or call 317-281-0568.
Ball State Senior and Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light intern
PS: The picture above is of my Ball State friends and me speaking out against spending billions of dollars on the Rockport Coal Plant, one of the nation's largest super polluters. Almost all colleges and universities in Indiana get some of their electricity from super polluters--or are directly impacted by the pollution from them.