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E.ON U.S., headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is a subsidiary of E.ON A.G., the world’s largest investor-owned energy services provider.
E.ON U.S. is a diversified energy services company that owns and operates Louisville Gas and Electric Company, a regulated utility that serves 326,000 natural gas and 401,000 electric customers in Louisville and 16 surrounding counties.
And Kentucky Utilities Company, a regulated electric utility in Lexington, Kentucky, that serves 531,000 customers in 77 Kentucky counties and five counties in Virginia. Visit their website at:
National Environmental Education Week (EE Week)
National Environmental Education Week (EE Week) is the largest
organized environmental education event in the United States. EE Week increases the educational impact of Earth Day by creating a full
week of educational preparation, learning, and activities in K-12
classrooms, nature centers, zoos, museums, and aquariums. By
participating in EE Week, you encourage your students to make a
difference in their schools, homes, and communities!
Mother Earth News
Mother Earth News
has, since the magazine's founding in 1970, been a pioneer
in the promotion of renewable energy, recycling, family farms, saner
agricultural practices, better eating habits, medical self-care, more meaningful
education, affordable housing, and, in the process, offered a platform for some of
the most far-thinking minds of the day. Mother Earth News concentrates on
do-it-yourself and how-to articles.
The Earth Day Network Founded by the organizers of the first Earth
Day in 1970, Earth Day Network (EDN) promotes
environmental citizenship and year round
progressive action worldwide. EDN is a driving
force steering environmental awareness around
the world. Through Earth Day Network, activists
connect, interact, and impact their communities,
and create positive change in local, national,
and global policies. EDN's international network
reaches over 12,000 organizations in 174
countries, while the domestic program keeps over
3,000 groups and 20,000 educators coordinating
millions of community development and
environmental protection activities throughout
the year. As a result, Earth Day is the only
event celebrated simultaneously around the globe
by people of all backgrounds, faiths and
nationalities. More than a half billion people
participate in our campaigns every year.
Earth Day Network's mission is to grow and
diversify the environmental movement worldwide,
and to mobilize it as the most effective vehicle
for promoting a healthy, sustainable planet. We
pursue these goals through education, politics,
cultural events, and consumer activism. Visit
American Forests AMERICAN FORESTS, founded in 1875, helps
people improve the environment with trees and
forests. We are a world leader in tree planting
for environmental restoration, a pioneer in
advancing the science and practice of urban
forestry, and a primary communicator of the
benefits of trees and forests. AMERICAN FORESTS
helps people identify, recognize and preserve
their special trees, and our community- based
initiatives help people plan and implement local
actions to restore and maintain healthy
ecosystems and communities. American Forests is
on the World Wide Web at
"Imagine a youth-inspired, board-wide environmental stewardship program that positively impacts individuals, classes, schools, communities and the world. Caring for your Earth. EarthCARE!"
EarthCARE An Environmental Education Partnership is an action-oriented, curriculum-aligned program focusing on energy conservation, waste reduction, and water conservation. It is a part of the Better Schools Partnership® Model of Ameresco Canada. EarthCARE is a program that not only promotes more effective conservation behaviours but also provides a mechanism and process for turning awareness into action.
* Avoid wasted energy costs
* Profile your leadership in environmental conservation
* Create a culture of environmental stewardship and action
* Improve efficiency of building operations
* Add value to program
* Engage diverse learning communities
* Enhance fiscal health
* Add value to organizational effectiveness
Kentucky Earth Day
Earth Day Kentucky is a statewide campaign spearheaded by the Kentucky Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet. For the past three years under the leadership of Governor Ernie Fletcher, the cabinet and its partners have utilized numerous strategies to educate Kentuckians about their impact on the environment and their personal responsibility to protect it. An informed citizenry is one step to reach our goal of having healthy people and healthy communities.