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Monthly Meeting

We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7-8:30 pm in the Bartholomew County Library conference room.

Next Meeting: August 12th

We'd love to see you there!

Green Drinks

Join us July 22 in the Commons for backyard conservation and sustainable gardening. Art Hopkins, landscape architect, will speak about what a sustainable home landscape looks like.

Bike Month

Bike Month is a national celebration of the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons to ride! See more here.

Kids Think! Energy

Think! Energy Classes will start on May 10th at 1:30 PM at Parkside School.

Featured Articles

Simple Solar Water Heater

The Saga of a DIY Project by a Local Ascetic: Dennis Baute shares his experience when he, "decided to attempt the construction of a DIY solar-heated shower in my back yard as an inexpensive way to reduce my carbon footprint"

Mt Healthy Solar Project

Mt. Healthy Elementary School is tapping the power of the sun to heat its water supply and hold down its utility bills.

Salvation Gets Cheap

The incredible recent decline in the cost of renewable energy, solar power in particular, have improved the economics of climate change.

Columbus as a Cool City

Cities across the country are putting into place effective energy solutions without waiting for distant national or international agreements. Some call it the Cool Cities movement.


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    It is time for Columbus to be part of a growing number of communities around the world which are taking positive, tangible steps to create sustainable communities.

    Read about proposals, programs, and priorities. 

    Comment and connect with others to make things happen.

    Sustainable Community

    Sustainable Community

    It is time for Columbus to be part of a growing number of communities around the world which are taking positive, tangible steps to create sustainable communities.

    Read about proposals, programs, and priorities. 

    Comment and connect with others to make things happen.

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    The people active in Energy Matters operate from a conviction that we are obliged to leave a good legacy for future generations.

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    Join us.

    Energy Matters

    Energy Matters

    The people active in Energy Matters operate from a conviction that we are obliged to leave a good legacy for future generations.

    See what we've been doing and how we run the organization.

    Join us.

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    Who is that behind the Foster Grants, bicycling in the winter with a container of recyclables on the back?

    These articles feature local issues and celebrate the great things our neighbors are doing.

    Also, see daily updates from the Greenwire environmental news service for the latest information about energy and environmental issues.

    Features and News

    Features and News

    Who is that behind the Foster Grants, bicycling in the winter with a container of recyclables on the back?

    These articles feature local issues and celebrate the great things our neighbors are doing.

    Also, see daily updates from the Greenwire environmental news service for the latest information about energy and environmental issues.

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    Find descriptions and links to other fine organizations and services working right here in Indiana.

    Access our Energy Matters' Speaker Bureau and presentations.

    Resources

    Resources

    Find descriptions and links to other fine organizations and services working right here in Indiana.

    Access our Energy Matters' Speaker Bureau and presentations.

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    Engage

    Add your voice to the Energy Matters blog.

    Check the Calendar of Events

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