Lauren Kastner, email@example.com
Hannah Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick McKay, email@example.com
We currently have two coalitions committees:
Responsible for working with student groups on campus and community groups in Bloomington to form a broad coalition of groups against coal.
Faculty and Staff Coalitions
Responsible for getting faculty and staff of IU Bloomington to sign on to the Coal Free IU Campaign.
Events, while fun and entertaining, are another critical component of the Coal Free IU Campaign. By having various events throughout the semester we continue to engage and educate the campus and Bloomington community and have a good time while doing it! We will be holding several movie screenings, panel discussions and other education events to educate the campus about the impact of coal on our environmental and public health.
Coordinator: Novella Shuck, firstname.lastname@example.org
Generating grassroots support for the Coal Free Campus Campaign is the single best tool we have to influence the IU administration. By generating postcards, photo petitions, phone calls, letters and other types of grassroots support, we call on IU to move beyond coal!
The creative grassroots group are the attention getters! Through art installations, improv theater, concerts, potlucks, rallies, and any crazy out-there display, the creative grassroots help gather petitions and initiate awareness through events. Join creative grassroots if you are the creative, artsy type–or even if you aren’t–and help the campaign grab attention in interesting ways.
Coordinator: Matt Panfil, email@example.com
Coordinator: Amber Wolverton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Media work is a critical component of the Coal Free IU Campaign. By getting into the media, we educate the public about the impact of coal-fired plants on the environment and public health, as well as the clean, renewable energy resources available to us here in Bloomington.
Coordinator: Emily Jackson email@example.com
Coal Free IU is an incredibly fast-paced campaign and it is sometimes hard to keep up with the most recent issues in clean energy and climate change. The research team is responsible for gathering news articles, public documents, data, and reports on the latest in coal and clean technology. Researchers will gather that information and then share it with other members of the campaign so everyone knows what is happening on a local, state, national, and international level with clean energy.
Coordinator: Nick McKay, firstname.lastname@example.org