Sewage overflows continued to plague Ohio this spring, and Cincinnati led the way.Did you know that Ohio leads the nation in Combined Sewer Overflows, and that Cincinnati is the third worst city in the country?
95% of Carroll depends on groundwater and yet, over the next ten years, ODNR will allow 2,000 unconventional gas wells and permit an underground coal mine without informing the public about potential impacts on water quality.
Every time it rains our waterways are threatened by sewage. Hamilton County has more combined sewage overflow points than anywhere else in Ohio and ranks 3rd in the country overall.
News about Energy
Our energy campaign is focused on increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy.
As one of the largest energy consumers and greenhouse gas generators in the nation, it is critical for us to switch to clean energy alternatives fast.
Please check back often for our newest updates on energy issues in Ohio. Contact Brian Kunkemoeller with questions or comments 614-461-0734×310.
Bob Fenner, Newsnet5.com, October 21, 2011
Angi Gonzalez, Northwestohio.com, October 20, 2011
Christa Marshall, The New York Times, September 20, 2011
Betty Lin-Fisher, The Akron Beacon Journal, May 18, 2011
John Funk, The Plain Dealer, May 17, 2011
Mary Kuhlman, Public New Service — OH, May 17, 2001
Jim Weiker, The Columbus Dispatch, Jan. 2, 2011
Sierra Club OpEd for Athens Messenger on Energy Efficiency, Dec. 6, 2010
Bob Downing, Beacon Journal, Nov. 18, 2010
Sierra Club and Buckeye Forest Council Press Release, Nov. 17, 2010
Catharine Hadley,News Herald, Nov. 5, 2010
Rick Reitzel, NBC4i, Oct 21, 2010
Mary Kuhlman, Public News Service – OH, Sept 27, 2010
John Funk, The Plain Dealer, Aug. 10, 2010