This week on Interchange, host Lisa-Marie Napoli interviews Al Ruesink and Stephanie Kimball from Earth Care of Bloomington and Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light. In the interview, the guests discuss the important work being done to bring representatives from faith congregations together to reduce the carbon footprint in our community and state. Ruesink and Kimball share specific “tips” for educating interested citizens to save money and better the environment. They also highlight the importance of consciousness raising to improve the environment for the future.
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