July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
by Eve Lee
Environmental effects of coal mining around the world discussed in lecture, film
Earth Day is about more than recycling and playing in the grass. For Kentuckians, it’s a day to consider a major part of our economy—and a controversy that extends far beyond our state and national borders.To commemorate the week, Bellarmine’s Center for Regional Environmental Studies is hosting a...
March 31, 2011 - 6:49pm
Zoo Poopy Doo sale
It's just about Earth Day, and that means the Louisville Zoo is once again putting up poop for sale. But, it is the best kind of poop--the composted kind! Compost is key in reducing erosion, increasing water retainment, and enriching the soil in gardens and yards.
March 18, 2011 - 10:00am
A month-long Earth celebration at the Louisville Zoo (and they'll be selling zoo poo too).
 
March 15, 2011 - 11:00am
Free trees on Arbor Day and Earth Day activities for families in April. Help Louisville Go Green with the family.
 We tend to take her awe and grandeur for granted most days of the week by coughing exhaust into her atmosphere, sucking the water from her depleting veins, and filling her with waste. But Earth Day is around the corner and she has demanded out attention this year through drought, earthquakes...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
There was plenty to celebrate Saturday in Clarksville, Ind. with Earth Day festivities at the Falls of the Ohio State Park as well as a ribbon-cutting for the new addition to the Ohio River Greenway project.
By Josh Cook Sure Earth Day was a few weeks ago, but for those of you who believe that every day should be about the appreciation and awareness of our planet's environment then Clarksville, Ind. was the place for you Saturday. That's because not only did the Falls of the Ohio State Park have...