Ameren Illinois should be required to meet its energy efficiency targets without reducing commitments it has made to low-income communities.
As jobs in coal plants or coal mining decline throughout the state and the country, jobs in renewable energy and energy efficiency are exploding!
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE – Growing New Energy Jobs Downstate Summer forums, central and southern Illinois Southern Illinois College Forum Panel, John A. Logan College David McEllis, ELPC; Shannon Fulton, StraightUp Solar; Anne McKibben, Elevate Energy; and Tim Gibson, IGEN Round Tables, John A. Logan College Carol Hays, Prairie Rivers Network, Southeastern IL Collage Pam […]
MOVE BEYOND COAL COAL COSTS ILLINOIS JOIN A DELEGATION Join a Delegation – Be Transformed!One of the ingredients of change is to link information with moral principles. We can all read about coal mining and its impacts on the air, land and water resources of an adjacent community. But without seeing the destruction and meeting […]
Peacemaking in a Culture of Violence 2011 Congress on Urban Ministry Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education March 1-3, 2011 […]