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Category: 1.7. Society and Culture

New CLEANetwork.com wiki on climate and renewable energy laws, accords and ordinances

Check it out: https://all4.earth/docs/climate-and-renewable-energy-laws-accords-ordinances/ Join us at the weekly noon Monday meeting: Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Nov 15, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqdeqhqzIjH9FohIUFNbYnCCHq4cHguc2d After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Learn about the new Illinois Climate and Equitable Jobs Act

Link to TCE’s CEJA Toolkit on CLEANetwork.com for background info and summary details of CEJA. The Illinois Climate and Equitable Jobs act was signed into law on September 15, 2021. It took years of negotiations and give and take among hundreds of community groups across the state, government and labor organizations. The crafters of the bill […]

Go Solar SI! Weekly Wednesday Noon Meetings

Did you miss the “Go Solar SI” meeting last week? That’s OK! Here’s a link to the video: https://youtu.be/3jlvtD0bX5g We’ll be meeting from now on every Wednesday at noon, starting this Wednesday April 21, to keep moving solar energy installations forward in southern Illinois. To view those events and get the details, click here: https://all4.earth/events/go-solar-si-weekly-wednesday-meetings/

Investment in Southern Illinois communities and people is the focus of this upcoming webinar series

Local organizations cooperate with the goal to increase regional long-term self-sufficiency A webinar series coming up in October-November on “Keeping Money Local” will feature experts in local self-sufficiency, supporting local businesses, new business forms and local investment strategies. Speakers and panelists from local businesses will cover topics that can benefit our region, including initiatives that […]

Time for a Just Transition

What exactly are southern Illinois legislators waiting for? Ameren is switching to renewable energy and planning to close down coal plants, Vistra Energy has announced closure of all its Illinois coal plants, and the Southern Illinois Power Cooperative laid off 21 people because they’re closing a coal boiler, switching to solar and saving everyone $125 […]