Register now for the 4th annual Sustainability Summit: Resilience, Equity, and Climate Change. The event will focus on why climate change is a high priority issue in Louisville, how we are planning for it, and what we need to do to transition to a more equitable and climate resilient city.
The event will be held Friday, October 27th at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage from 8:30am – 4:00pm.
The morning keynote speaker will discuss how cities are becoming climate resilient, and a panel will discuss local impacts of a changing climate, with special attention given to those impacted first and worst. Afternoon breakout sessions will focus on local and equitable action related to energy, public health, agriculture, water, air quality, and transportation/land use. Attendees will hear from Louisville’s new Chief Resilience Officer, Eric Friedlander. Exhibitor tables are available.