Kentucky Environmental Leadership Institute
A 3-Part Virtual Learning Workshop for the Beginner Environmental Activist
December 10 and 17 at 5:30pm | December 19 at 10:00am
Kentucky Resources Council is proud to present the first Kentucky Environmental Leadership Institute (KELI) workshop for beginner environmental activists! This workshop is designed for those who are eager to learn more about how to advocate for the places they live and love.  

Topics Include:
-A Brief History of Environmental Justice
-How to Monitor Threats to Community Health, Environment, and Safety
-How to Gather Information about Proposed/In-progress Projects
-How to Get Involved in the Decision-Making Process

This session will include tailored information about how to get involved at the local level. The ideal student for this specific session would be a Jefferson County resident who is beginning to learn more about community activism to advance environmental issues.

Future sessions with tailored information about additional Kentucky localities will be held at a later time.
Email *
Name *
County of Residence *
Age *
Occupation *
What motivates you to learn more about environmental justice advocacy? *
What are you hoping to learn from KELI? *
Do you have any specific questions for any of the KELI facilitators? *
Are you currently focused on any environmental justice issues in your community? *
How did you hear about KELI? *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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